TGI Friday's Snake Head Incident Becomes A Cold Case

TGI Friday's Snake Head Incident Becomes A Cold Case

The decomposed snake head that a Clifton Park, NY man discovered in his side portion of broccoli has reached the end of its strange, unappetizing journey—for now. Since Consumerist broke the story back in May, there have been no leads.

Snake Head On T.G.I. Friday's Plate Wasn't Cooked With Broccoli

Snake Head On T.G.I. Friday's Plate Wasn't Cooked With Broccoli

Lab tests are back on the side dish serpent an upstate New York man found on his plate at T.G.I. Friday’s (a story we broke, with pictures). The snake wasn’t cooked with the broccoli. It wasn’t cooked at all.

Tiny Faces On Broccoli To Be Heartlessly Discontinued, As Will These Decapitated Heads On Jam Jars

Tiny Faces On Broccoli To Be Heartlessly Discontinued, As Will These Decapitated Heads On Jam Jars

The bloggers that noticed the “tiny faces on broccoli” and shared their discovery with the world (click here to catch up with the horror), have decided to do a little investigative journalism. They contacted the company that photoshopped the little faces onto their broccoli package and got a response. It seems that the tiny faces are a tradition that is now on the chopping block…

Oh My God, Why Are There Terrifying Little Faces In The Broccoli?

Oh My God, Why Are There Terrifying Little Faces In The Broccoli?

This picture is of a package of Cascadian Farms broccoli. Look carefully. Then try not to scream in horror.

Walmart Fined $89,705 For Overcharging Wisconsin Customers

Walmart Fined $89,705 For Overcharging Wisconsin Customers

Walmart received an $89,705 fine after the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection found 280 weights and measures violations at nine Walmart stores. The gargantuan retailer failed to subtract the weight of packaging materials, or “tare weight,” when pricing bulk items like coffee, broccoli, and sweet potatoes.

Judy Cardin, section chief for weights and measures with the state, said that in the case of bulk coffee, the weight of the packaging materials was included when the price of the product was determined. The state had tested one-pound bags of Cameron brand coffee beans, which were found to be 3/100ths of a pound over the actual bagged content.