Finding things like meth, cocaine, and opium in food is admittedly a little sketch, but at least none of those substances have eyes. A Utah woman just one-upped even Chipotle when she found a teeny tiny snake head in her can of green beans, the Associated Press reports. Troy Walker was preparing a meal Wednesday night at a Mormon church in Farmington, Utah, when she spotted something unusual as she lifted cans of string beans into the slow cooker. "It looked pretty much like a burnt bean," she told KSL-TV. "And then as I got closer to lift it off the spoon, I saw eyes. That's when I just dropped it and screamed."

The group (understandably) threw out the rest of the beans, and Walker took the head and the can back to the grocery store where she'd purchased them, which gave her a full refund. She also sent a picture of the head to Western Family, the food distribution company whose label was on the can. "My biggest concern [was] that someone else would get the body," she explained. Sharon McFadden, vice president of quality control for Western Family, told the AP that the company is looking into the matter and has placed shipments from that particular supplier on hold. 

Pete Craven, Western Family chief financial officer, said they're still looking into whether or not what Walker found was actually a snake head. "Foreign matter is not something we take lightly," he told KSL-TV. "We want to know what it is, and we will immediately research and do any level of correction as we can." He did not speak to Walker's mental state, which likely will never be the same.