Accidental Cheese

Trading standards officers were recently called to a shop in Caerphilly following complaints that the owner had been selling damaged cheese. Officers found several cheeses that should have been withdrawn from sale following accidents, including a Brie that was known to have been involved in a pileup on the M6, a Roquefort written off after an electrical fire and the front half of a Stilton that had been welded to the back section of a slab of Red Leicester , and was being passed off as new brand of exotic goats' cheese.

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