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AN ASDA shopper got more than she bargained for after finding a stranger's false teeth in the pocket of her new puffer jacket.
Stunned Melissa Hopkins snapped up the £30 coat from the supermarket giant on Sunday.
But just after leaving the store, she discovered she wasn't the first person to try on the jacket – and something very important had been left in the pocket.
Melissa has now launched a social media appeal to reunite the gnashers with their owner.
Posting on Facebook on Sunday, she said: "Just an appeal to a Dumbarton resident who’s lost their bottom teeth.
"I found them in the right pocket of the jacket you returned and I bought from Asda.
"They’re back at Asda now if you’re wondering, along with the jacket."
Melissa had picked up the jacket in exchange for a different size, and joked the teeth find "sums up her luck in life".
Some pals said they were "howling" over the incident in Dumbarton, Scotland, but one admitted: "Aww naw I'd have s*** it, am scared eh false teeth."
Another pal replied: "Absolutely no, this is the most horrific thing ever."
An Asda spokesman said: ''We know our prices are jaw-dropping but we never expected this!
"We are at a loss to understand how these false teeth appeared in the coat Melissa pulled off the rail and if anyone notices they're struggling with their dinner tonight they can collect their dentures from our Dumbarton store.''
In other Asda news, the supermarket giant has followed B&M’s lead with a secret scanner app for cut-price bargains as shoppers score duvets for £2 and 70p cushions.
Fashion fans are raving about the store's new clothing line, with shoppers calling it the ‘new Zara’
And this Scots lad’s embarrassing TikTok parking fail at Asda left his girlfriend in stitches.
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