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Woolworths shopper is horrified to find two RATS hiding under the bread aisle inside a supermarket

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Woolworths shopper is horrified to find two RATS hiding under the bread aisle inside a supermarket

A Woolworths shopper has been left disgusted after finding two large rats hiding under the bread aisle.

Catherine Bao was at the Eastwood’s Woolworths, north-west of Sydney, on Tuesday when she came across the horrific sight.

Ms Bao uploaded the footage onto the Woolworths Facebook page, slamming the supermarket giant for not managing the store’s hygiene.

Catherine Bao, was at the Eastwood's Woolworths, north-west of Sydney, on Tuesday when she came across the horrific sight

Catherine Bao, was at the Eastwood’s Woolworths, north-west of Sydney, on Tuesday when she came across the horrific sight

 Ms Bao uploaded the footage onto the Woolworths Facebook page, slamming the supermarket giant for not managing the store's hygiene

 Ms Bao uploaded the footage onto the Woolworths Facebook page, slamming the supermarket giant for not managing the store’s hygiene

‘There were not one, but TWO rodents (one wasn’t moving and the other would twitch randomly – half dead?) lying on top of some sort of white tray,’ she wrote.

‘I was extremely shocked and disgusted but more so upset over the fact that no one else around me seemed to notice how unhygienic your stores can actually be.

‘Please manage your store’s hygiene.’

Woolworths responded to Ms Bao’s post expressing their concern.

‘We’re very concerned about this, Catherine , and take incidents like this very seriously,’ Woolworths wrote.

‘Please let us know your phone number and state so that we can follow this up with you ASAP. Thanks.’ 

Viewers were quick to comment and slam Woolworths for not keeping the store clean.

‘Please send this to your local council for investigation,’ one commented.

‘Hopefully you told someone there so they could act,’ another wrote.

One person joked that it was a ‘good winter meal’. 

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Woolworths for comment.  

Woolworths responded to Ms Bao's post expressing their concern saying they take this 'very seriously'

Woolworths responded to Ms Bao’s post expressing their concern saying they take this ‘very seriously’

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