A mum was creeped out after spotting the face of a horror film villain in her family's weeknight dinner.
Chantelle Warrick cooked up a portion of hunter's chicken – chicken breast wrapped in bacon then covered in barbecue sauce and cheese – for herself, her husband Steve and her children on July 19.
She was plating up the meal when she noticed an eerie visage staring back at her from one of the chunks of meat.
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"Initially I thought it looked like Frankenstein but then definitely Michael Myers from Halloween, it was horrible," she told DevonLive.
"When I looked at it I nearly peed myself. I shouted [to my husband] 'Steve, Steve, take a look at this!'"
Chantelle added that while her husband spotted the unnerving face, it didn't put him off his meal.
"Steve saw the face and said it looked horrible too. He still ate it though, he didn't care," she added.
The mum quickly posted a photo of her unsettling meal to social media, where it amassed a whopping 7,000 likes.
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"I decided to make hunter's chicken for my other half and got the shock of my life when it came out looking like Michael Myers from Halloween," she captioned the post.
Commenters were quick to agree, with one writing: "That’s Michael Myers."
Others spotted similarly notorious film characters such as Texas Chainsaw Massacre's Leatherface, who used his victim's skin as a mask.
One social media user chimed in: "That's some Texas Chainsaw stuff."
Another simply added: "Holy smokes!! That is horrifying!! Did you still eat it??? Yeah, I am not sleeping tonight. Thank you very much!!!"
Chantelle said she was glad her children didn't spot the creepy face and said while the discovery was "cool", she hopes she doesn't have to deal with any more unexpected appearances in her food.
"I stuck it in the oven and that's how it came out. I didn't see it straight away. There were others in the dish so I took those out and plated them up.
"I went to take that one out with my fork and when I went to do it I was like, 'Oh my god,' and pulled my fork out, which made the little nose indent.
"It was 100% worse after the nose. The hair is the bbq sauce, the cheese [makes the] face," she continued.
"It was quite scary. I'm hoping it never ever happens again. I've never seen The Texas Chainsaw Massacre so I had no idea [to begin with] but looking at pictures people were posting of Leatherface on my post it's definitely like him. It's horrendous.
"It's not what you want to see looking back at you from your dinner. My husband ate it, he's a braver person than I am, that's for sure. I'm not a massive fan of horror films, I've not watched it yet but it's on my to-watch list."
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