You won't believe what a Hudson Valley woman says she found in her order from a local Taco Bell.

Last Friday, Eve Saint posted a photo to Facebook in which she claims an unwanted item was placed in nachos she ordered at the Fishkill Taco Bell.

Saint initially thought it was a "doorknob" but later said she learned it was a "nacho cheese handle."

Some of the comments questioned whether the picture was real. Saint says the photo is real, though she wishes the photo was "fake."

Saint says she called Taco Bell to complain and was told it was "impossible" for the item to end up in her nachos and was hung up on. She says she then called back over and over again with no one taking her call.

When someone finally did answer, she received an apology and was offered some discounts.

"I found out its the pump of a cheese dispenser. They hung up on me and told me I was lying then offered me a free nachos," Saint confirmed to Hudson Valley Post in a message.

She says it's unclear how the nacho cheese holder ended up in her nachos.

According to Saint the item was found in food she ordered on July Fourth. She says she only found out what the item was after an employee saw the photo and wrote to her on Facebook.

The manager at the Taco Bell in Fishkill told Hudson Valley Post she can't comment on the photo.

“We take this very seriously. The franchisee that owns and operates this location is looking into this matter and strives to make things right with the customer," Taco Bell Corp said in a statement.

Eve Saint/Facebook
Eve Saint/Facebook

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