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Shocked Captain Scarlet actress bites into Greggs sausage roll to discover a TOOTH inside
- Captain Scarlet actress Liz Morgan found a tooth inside a Greggs sausage roll
- The voice talent found the grizzly extra at a branch in Eastbourne, East Sussex
- ‘I was chewing and I felt something hard. It wasn’t like gristle,’ said the actress
- Greggs has now issued her with £15 and says that it is investigating the incident
An actress who lent her voice to the hit 1960s TV series Captain Scarlet says she was horrified after finding a tooth inside a Greggs takeaway.
Liz Morgan, 90, ordered the snack at her local branch in Eastbourne, East Sussex, only to bite down and find the grizzly extra.
The tooth was embedded inside a sausage roll, The Mirror reports.
Ms Morgan said: ‘I sat down and I was enjoying it, and I was going to be very quick because they were shutting.
‘I was chewing it and I felt something hard. It wasn’t like gristle so I took it out and, God, there it was – a tooth.
‘I don’t know if it was a porker or whether it’s human. Probably a pig’s would’ve been safer.’
Former Captain Scarlet actress Liz Morgan found a tooth when tucking into a Greggs pasty
The former actress, who played Destiny and the Rhapsody Angels in the hit 1960s series, says she has not been back to Greggs since
Ms Morgan says she was advised to contact Greggs’ customer services by the shop manager.
She said that she had a long conversation with a customer services representative who seemed ‘very concerned’ with the blunder.
In the end, she was offered £15 – the equivalent of 12 sausage rolls.
However, the former actress, who played Destiny and the Rhapsody Angels in the hit 1960s series, says she has not stepped foot in the chain since the incident.
Ms Morgan added she appreciated it as a convenient place to stop off for a coffee during the pandemic.
Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons (pictured) aired from 1967 to 1968 and went on to achieve cult status
Greggs has issued Ms Morgan with £15 and a spokesman said the firm is investigating the matter
A Greggs spokesman said they were investigating the matter.
They stated: ‘We take all matters of food safety and hygiene seriously and were in regular dialogue with the customer, keeping them updated whilst our investigations were underway.’
Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons aired from 1967 to 1968 and went on to achieve cult status.
Ms Morgan voiced three of the Angel Flight pilots who defended the protagonist’s headquarters, the Cloudbase.