One BUYER says they were scared after discovering something in their Sainsbury’s toilet paper rolls.
Jenny Conroy bought the toilet paper from a shop in Charlton, south London.
But when she unwrapped the moor roll, she said she noticed 20 insects crawling across the handkerchief.
Jenny also noticed small holes in the toilet paper roll.
She was turned away with a £10 voucher – prompting the shopper to upload the snap to social media to warn others.
Jenny complained online to the supermarket giant.
She said: “I was just speaking to one of your colleagues on the phone about an insect infestation being detected in your own brand toilet paper rolls.
“They kindly offered to send me a goodwill gift of £10.
“But don’t you seem to have any concerns or urgency about finding out where they’re coming from, or that maybe they should be taken off the shelves until we know it’s not a bigger problem?
“In the photo you can see all the holes they came out of.”
“Two also scurry across the outside.
“The lady on the phone had no interest in sending her for an examination.
“I’ve seen these little holes on the toilet paper roll before and didn’t know they were caused by bugs.”
Other shoppers were shocked by the unwelcome guests.
Anita Shower said: “This is terrible, this shouldn’t happen.”
“You have a storage problem? Or the truck that delivers them?”
“They need to identify the problem and keep you informed.”
But others were less sympathetic.
Alex Grant said, “Are you eating the toilet paper rolls or something?”
“I’m not sure why it bothers you so much.”
A Sainsbury’s spokesman responded to Jenny, saying: “I’m so sorry about the toilet paper roll.
“Can you private message me with a picture of the item’s barcode and the name of the store you’re visiting?
“Can you also provide your address and Nectar card number?”
The Sun Online has reached out to Sainsbury’s for comment.