ALDI have taken up to 38,000 packets of frozen veg off the shelves after a customer complained she had found a rat in one.
Pat Bateman, 60, discovered the vile rodent parts while feeding lunch to her two-year-old granddaughter, The Sunreports.
The grandma-of-five complained to the budget supermarket chain which promised to investigate and offered her $53 compensation before upping it to $880.
But Pat is refusing to accept the money after the retailer has also received two other similar complaints about rodents in the food chain from Environmental Health inspectors.
And it emerged a similar complaint had been made back in February 2017 when a “mouse portion” was found in the same mixed greens.