Fred Denegri popped the top on a can of Diet Pepsi this summer while cooking outdoors in Ormond Beach, Fla. He found more than just caffeinated liquid inside. After tests, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration confirmed that the remains of either a frog or a toad were inside the aluminum soda can.
The can was processed at an Orlando plant that produces 1,250 cans of soda each minute. A Pepsi spokesman said “the speed of the production lines and the rigor of its quality control make it virtually impossible for a frog or toad to get into a can.”