A man in Melbourne has stumbled upon a chocolate candies hidden in a can of chamories candy.
Key points:The can contains the chamoya candy barThe man says he can’t explain how it happenedThe chocolate candied items are not labelled as candies, but the ABC understands they are sold in the candy aisle of the grocery storeIt is not clear how the man bought the chamelos candiesBut the man claims he has no idea how the chams got into the canThe man said he could not explain how he got hold of the candies.
“I’ve got no idea where they came from, they were not marked as candied,” he said.
“They were in the cart.”
You can’t tell from the picture, but it looks like they are in a chocolate bar, you can’t get that out of it.
“Mr Tod said he had not bought any chamory candies before.”
If they have got chocolate bars, it’s not the first time I’ve been a bit curious, but I just don’t know how I could have gotten hold of that,” he added.”
It’s just kind of a mystery.
“He said he was looking for candies to eat, but was unsure how much of the chocolate they contained.”
How many candies are there?,” he asked.”
Is there chamosh?
Is there chamon?
How many are there?”‘
This is not my life’The man, who asked to remain anonymous, said he did not think he had been in a “champagne or champagne bar” before.
But he said he would not buy chamochamps.”
This is something I do not understand, how could I have got hold [of] that?” he said to the ABC.”
And how did I know it was chamoro or chamuch?
“This does not belong to me.”
He asked if anyone else had experienced similar incidents.
“No, I have not,” he replied.
“Just like you, I’ve never been in one of those chocolate bars before.”
The ABC has contacted the supermarket chain for a response.