A Scots woman was left 'looking like a troll' after she broke her front tooth on Olive bread from Tesco.

Amber Lara, from Banchory, Aberdeenshire, took a bite into a slice of the 'Trio of Olive Bloomer' when she chomped on an olive pit.

The 28-year-old was horrified when a huge chunk of her tooth cracked off on Sunday evening, the Daily Record reports.

Amber recalled hearing a loud crack before sprinting to the toilet to see the damage.

The business owner said: "It was a really loud crack. My partner heard it and said 'what's that' before I just stopped chewing and ran into the bathroom.

Aber's broken tooth
Amber broke her tooth biting into the bread and wants Teco to cover the dental bill.

"I looked in the mirror and there was a massive chunk of my tooth, just gone.

"When I took the bread out my mouth I found an enormous olive pit. A whole one - and the corner of the tooth was there in my mouth."

"I looked like a troll because a big chunk of my front tooth was gone. It was very distressing."

The bread was purchased at the Tesco Superstore in Banchory and Amber says the packaging contained no warnings of pits.

olive loaf pit
The pit that broke Amber's tooth.

She made a frantic call to her dentist who agreed to give her an emergency appointment the following day.

The repair work only cost Amber £65, but she fears the tooth will now be a long-term issue.

She said: "It's all fixed up now. They put a composite filling on it, but they were worried there was going to be nerve damage to my tooth.

"They said it's okay but I'll have to be careful now because this could happen again because it's not as strong as my real tooth.

"Every five years I might keep having to get this done. So even though it's just £65 this time it will probably happen again."

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Amber contacted Tesco's head office to complain and demand that they cover the dentist bills, but she claims she hasn't received an apology.

A Tesco spokesperson said: "We’re sorry to hear of this incident and have provided the customer with a full refund and gesture of goodwill.

"We are currently investigating how this happened."