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Mum's horror as 3yo daughter 'spits out cockroach' in her babyccino

A Sydney mother says her three-year-old daughter was left traumatised after spitting out a cockroach that was in her babyccino.

Odelia Juniarni was with her daughter at the Coffee Club in Mascot on Monday, saying they frequent the cafe as her daughter loves the free babyccinos.

But halfway through her drink, the little girl spat something out and asked her mother what it was.

A Sydney mum's photo of the cockroach her daughter spat out. Photo: Facebook
A Sydney mum's photo of the cockroach her daughter spat out. Photo: Facebook

Ms Juniarni was initially confused as to why the object had legs, until it dawned on her that it was a dead cockroach, Fairfax Media reported.

"I was horrified," she said.

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The shocked mother said she showed a staff member who apologised and offered to replace the drink, but Ms Juniarni declined.

"It made me question the hygiene of all drinks in this store," she said.

"Feeling sick, I just left. My first priority was to calm down a traumatised toddler."

Odelia Juniarni was with her daughter at the Coffee Club in Mascot on Monday. Photo: Facebook
Odelia Juniarni was with her daughter at the Coffee Club in Mascot on Monday. Photo: Facebook

Ms Juniarni posted about the incident along with a photo of the cockroach on Coffee Club's Facebook page and a spokesperson responded saying they were "horrified."

"We are horrified to see this and we would like to escalate this immediately," the spokesperson said.

"Can you please private message us your mobile phone number and email address so we can get in contact with you regarding this?

"We are extremely sorry that this has happened and we thank you for bringing this to our attention."

Ms Juniarni posted about the incident along with a photo of the cockroach on Coffee Club's Facebook page. Photo: Facebook
Ms Juniarni posted about the incident along with a photo of the cockroach on Coffee Club's Facebook page. Photo: Facebook