A steel nut was found in a school-provided lunch at an elementary school in Yamato City, Kanagawa Prefecture, on Monday.
According to Yamato City’s education board, the nut was found in a dish of stew that a sixth grade boy was eating at Rinkan elementary school, Fuji TV reported. The nut was 1.3 centimeters wide and 5 millimeters thick.
The boy spat out the nut and was not injured, school officials said.
The lunch was cooked at school and the education board is investigating to see how the nut got into the stew.© Japan Today