18th Jan 2013 9:40am | By Dan Thorne
A pair of pranksters have staged a hilarious gag in a Welsh supermarket following this week's Tesco 'horse burger' scandal - as tests revealed that some of the supermarket giant's beef burgers contained around 29% horse meat.
The duo trotted into their local branch of Tesco dressed as a horse on a 'search for family' and wailed in protest at the demise of 'parents' in the frozen aisle, shouting "Mum! Dad! NOOOOOoooo!"
After collapsing in grief on the floor of the supermarket, security soon arrived on the scene to remove them from the shop. The video has been shared on Facebook.
Watch the video clip below. Warning: Contains horse anguish and ridiculous horseplay.
(images via Facebook)
Apart from horse meat in your burgers, Tesco's apology is published with centred text, a crime itself. twitter.com/eddietruman/st…— Eddie Truman (@eddietruman) January 17, 2013
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