A Ce-Real Shrimp Tale

Comedian Jensen Karp went viral recently after finding some mysterious interlopers in his beloved Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal.

Shrimp tails?

The CTC PR machine jumped to its own defense, explaining the alleged shrimp tails were just caked-on excess sugar: “We assure you that there’s no possibility of cross contamination with shrimp.” 
Karp, better known as the real-life husband of Topanga from “Boy Meets World,” was undeterred. He found more horrors, including what may be string, a pistachio, and rat feces.
As for claims it was a hoax—that’s frankly, offensive, says Karp: “I love Cinnamon Toast Crunch. It’s the only cereal I eat. I own the Kyrie Irving Cinnamon Toast Crunch Nikes.”
The New York Times

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