[PICTURES] Worm found in vegetarian biryani at Ikea store in India

The newly opened Swedish store Ikea was fined after a worm was found in a plate of food in its restaurant.

The Swedish furniture store which opened in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad last month has been fined 11, 500 rupees or $161 USD.

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