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Lizard reportedly discovered in packaged spongecake

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 by Krystal Paco

Guam - The discovery of what appeared to be a lizard in a spongecake prompts a local bakery to conduct an investigation of their own.

Guam Bakery released a statement today relative to the foreign object found in one of their packaged cakes. The locally owned and operated business assures patrons that they employ the highest standards of sanitation and welcome and respect food code regulations.

The incident was reported to Day Buy Day Grocery Store in Yona who confirm they sold the item on Monday and refunded the customer for the full amount today.

Department of Public Health acting environmental public health officer administrator Marilou Scroggs confirms they have received a sample of the product and the investigation into the matter is ongoing.

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