Oh heckz no! Not again!!
Europe may be home to lots of good eats, but who would've thought that they would continuously try to pawn off products with horsemeat, such as Findus Beef Lasagne.
On Thursday, the UK food safety authorities found over 60 percent of horsemeat in the Findus dish, and after close examination, they're still not sure if this meal is putting people at risk.
However, additional tests were made to see if the lasagna contains the veterinary drug phenylbutazone, because a dose of that med inside of a human can definitely cause alarm.
The company that produces Findus is currently aware of the situation, and to try to make things right, they said:
"We understand this it is a very sensitive subject for consumers and we would like to reassure you we have reacted immediately."
Damn, that's it?!?
We get that horsemeat can't kill you, but just thinking about chomping down on a horse makes us feel sick to our stomachs.
Let's hope they do more than just simply "react" 'cuz this shiz is NOT the least bit of cool!
Tags: findus beef lasagna, food standards agency, horse meat