A man found a bottle full of urine inside his food order of hoisin beef and yoghurt spiced chicken.
Oliver McManus got a nasty surprise when he opened his Hello Fresh delivery to find a Coca-Cola bottle of a dark yellow liquid.
His suspicions of what it looked like were confirmed as soon as he smelt the bottle.
Considering Oliver only ordered food, he has no idea how a bottle of Coke made its way in the box in the first place, a query he put to Hello Fresh over Twitter.
He wrote: "Hey @HelloFreshUK: 'I'll keep it simple: Why have I received someone's bottled-up p*** as part of my order?"
"Give me an address @HelloFreshUK, I’ll send it to you and you can have a whiff in case you’re sceptical!" he added.
After his tweet going viral, the boxing writer later told Metro.co.uk: "I’m surprised so many people are interested and the last thing I’d want is for anyone to get sacked or in trouble as a result of this incident- it is unfortunate that it happened but it is what it is.
"As it happens the actual food they delivered, which was in sealed packaging, was very tasty!
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"To answer some FAQs about the HelloFresh fiasco, and this is the last I’ll say on it – Am I concerned about wider working conditions in the UK? Yes.
"Do I think anyone deserves to be sacked? No. Did I think so many people would care? No. Will I keep tweeting about boxing? Yes."
In response to Oliver's tweet, Hello Fresh replied on Twitter: "We truly lack the words to describe how sorry we are because of this.
"Could you please send us a DM so we could deal with this as soon as possible?"
A spokesperson for the company later said: "We are truly horrified and sorry that the customer received the offending item.
"Given the wholly unacceptable nature, we are urgently investigating, along with our delivery company, how an open box with this bottle in it was delivered.
"We have apologised directly to Mr McManus and offered an appropriate goodwill gesture. We are working hard to do everything we can to ensure that this cannot happen again."
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