Continuing the food theme, I couldn't resist passing on the story about the Italian sandwich. If you're feeling hungry and don't enjoy exotic South American cuisine, feel free to come back after you've eaten.
A visitor to an Italian hospital bought a cheese and tomato sandwich in the canteen, only to find that the cheese seemed to be a bit chewier than he had expected. On closer examination he found that the sandwich contained a dead lizard. He was rather shocked by this, so presumably he's a vegetarian or something.
I'm also guessing he's not Mexican. The only recipes I could find for lizards are for Iguanas, which are apparently eaten in certain parts of Mexico, and taste like chicken.
The man was examined by doctors, who were able to reassure him that he wasn't likely to be following the lizard to the grave as a result of the incident. No doubt the powers that be will be more interested to see whether or not the sarnie packet had suitable labelling, such as "May contain reptiles" in a microscopically small font. If they did, then they shouldn't get prosecuted.
The canteen did say that it must have got into the sandwich making machinery. Rather than into the hospital stew, presumably. I've always thought there was something dodgy about buying food in institutions where they regularly remove organs and amputate things from people. Just in case there's a mix up with the meat delivery.