Two human teeth found in meal served on Manus Island

TWO human teeth have reportedly been found in a meal served to an asylum seeker detained on Manus Island.

Authorities are investigating after an asylum seeker made a formal complaint following the gruesome discovery on Saturday.

Transfield Services, which manages the detention centre, confirmed the discovery to the Guardian Australia and revealed an investigation was underway.


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It’s believed the teeth were stained red from the juice of betel nut, which is commonly chewed in Papua New Guinea, including on Manus Island.

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