A father in Wuhan devours soup they bought at a restaurant.
Three days later, it was discovered that there was a baby bat in the soup that was still left.
The findings were shocking.
They immediately went to the hospital as a family. Worried about the coronavirus. Luckily, the results were negative.
In photos circulating on social media, it appears that the bat is still intact.
Floating in a half-eaten soup.
According to reports, the family bought soup from a restaurant near their home in Wuhan, Hubei province on July 10, 2020.
The father has eaten some of the soup. However, didn’t find anything out of the ordinary.
The soup didn’t run out right away. Some are still stored.
On the third day after purchase, they brought out leftover soup for the family to eat together.
When the family was about to reheat the soup, Chen’s mother took something black. It was a baby bat.
At first, she thought the foreign object was the type of spice used to cook soup.
“I checked it with chopsticks and I saw its wings and ears. It even has feathers,” the woman told reporters.
Disgusted, the family went to the restaurant where they ordered soup.
The restaurant offered to refund the cost of the soup but said they had purchased the frozen product used in the broth from a local soup producer.
Restaurant owners denied that bats got into the broth when they were making them.
However, restaurant owners do not admit to their negligence and argue.
The local authorities conducted an investigation into the matter, however, were unable to conclude when the baby bat came into the soup as it was found three days after purchase.