RnB singer Labrinth blasts St John’s Wood restaurant on Twitter over ‘bug find’ in food

Labrinth tweet about his find in Mori (Pic credit: PA)

Labrinth tweet about his find in Mori (Pic credit: PA) - Credit: Archant

Most celebrities are used to being given a little extra when they visit a restaurant but singer Labrinth and his friend received an unwelcome addition in St John’s Wood.

https://twitter.com/Labrinthda1st/status/605411205163925504

The RnB star claims there was a ‘sushi surprise’ with a difference when he and his pal found a dead bug amongst a takeaway Japanese meal they ordered as a takeawayfrom Mori on St John’s Wood High Street.

The 26-year-old from Hackney, east London, took to social media networking website Twitter to expose the gruesome discovery from the upmarket sushi joint.

He tweeted images of the bug with the caption “@MoriSushiUK on (St.John’s Wood high street) you serve bugs with your food now?”

The manager of Mori told the Wood&Vale he had been in touch with associates of Labrinth, who scored a number one hit with “Pass out”, regarding the incident but declined to comment further.

A bug is clearly visible in the photo tweeted by Labrinth (Pic credit: Twitter@Labrinthda1st)

A bug is clearly visible in the photo tweeted by Labrinth (Pic credit: Twitter@Labrinthda1st) - Credit: Archant


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The popular eatery, which also has branches on Marylebone High Street and Chelsea’s exclusive Kings Road, is a favourite with local celebrities.

A second photo shows the sushi meal was supplied by Mori (Pic credit: Twitter@Labrinthda1st)

A second photo shows the sushi meal was supplied by Mori (Pic credit: Twitter@Labrinthda1st) - Credit: Archant

Mori is in St John's Wood High Street (Pic credit: Google streetview)

Mori is in St John's Wood High Street (Pic credit: Google streetview) - Credit: Archant

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