A pregnant woman in Melbourne has found needles hidden inside a grape from a bag she bought at a supermarket.
Shams Alsubaiy says she pricked her finger when she reached into the bag, bought at a Woolworths supermarket, on New Year's Day.
"When we cut it open there was a needle stuck through it," her partner Skender Hasa told 9 News.
They decided to cut open all the grapes left in the bag, and found a second needle.
"I was just shocked, scared. I thought this was all over and done with," said Mr Hasa.
Police are investigating, and Woolworths told 9 News it was working with them to find out how it happened.
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Last year there were needles found in a range of fruit and vegetables in Australia and New Zealand.
More than 100 needles were found in fruit across Australia in September, in a large-scale contamination crisis.
Some of the reports turned out to be hoaxes.