A man in Zaragoza, Spain had the surprise of this life when he discovered a class A narcotic in a tub of Nesquik chocolate powder drink mix.
The unnamed man picked up the container from a local supermarket, but it wasn't until he got home that he realized the packaging had been tampered with.
He then found a package containing a white powdery substance in the tub and immediately contacted the authorities.
Police later confirmed that the substance is in fact Cocaine and is worth about 13,000 Euros ($13,800 USD).
The man, whose identity has been kept under wraps for his protection, has since decided to take legal action against the supermarket, citing "moral damage" and fear of being a target of drug traffickers as some of his reasons.
Although this powdery mix-up is alarming, Spanish citizens and authorities have discovered illegal drugs in produce and frozen meats in the past.