WTF? The cans are shipped in trucks, they damage easily, but are wrapped and sealed to keep out contaminants, considering nothing else is going to be shipped along with these cans, so as to prevent damage, there is no way someone could squeeze in between the roof and the tops of the cans.
Fact is, it was the German plant where the contamination occurred.
So what is the spin? Poor vagrants stowed away on a truck that had zero room left, that you couldn't even squeeze in a cat if you tried.
"It's really shocking - and beyond the shock of finding something pretty disgusting in the cans is the thought there could have been poor people in that situation. And if they did make that journey, where are they now?"
"That illegal immigrants could be involved in some way is worrying too, although we're not sure yet if that's the case.
"But rather than condemn anyone who might have found themselves in this situation, I think it's far more important that we help anyone who is that desperate and make sure they're safe."