On April 20, 2013 in Berlin, Germany a man wakes up and opens his favorite breakfast cereal. Pours himself a bowl, he notices something strange in the box. Looks inside and pulls out a dead bat. The man later call customer service of the company and the said “This is not our problem; no bat can ever be in our cereal.” Frustrated, the man calls his lawyer and finds that he can sue the company for “un-sanitary food and packaging areas. The man has a scheduled court date on May 22, 2013. Investigators from Germanys health Department have inspected the factory after the court date was. They scheduled predict that the bat somehow got sealed in the plastic wrapping inside the box and then died in there. Many cases of this have been reported around Europe. In England a woman finds a live frog in a sealed salad package, A Russian man finds a chicken head in a frozen roasted chicken meal. In the USA a woman found moth larvae in her M&M's. A man in the USA found a factory gear in his pint of ice-cream. Lastly in the USA, someone found a mouse in a Monster drink energy drink. Does this make you wonder where our food is packaged?