Liberty Poole ‘traumatised’ after calling 111 amid fears she’d ‘die in the bath’

Chidalu Obiajulu

Young popular television model, Liberty Poole was left traumatized and scared for her life after she discovered a creepy crawling wriggling around a take out meal she had ordered – prompting a panicked call to medical professionals.

The young 22-year-old former Love Island star frantically dialled 111 as she was concerned she would die of ‘bacterial poisoning’ after discovering a maggot in her meal.

According to the star, she was stressed on how she was in the bath-tub when she discovered her stomach-churning, and says she was worried she might get so sick she would die in the water.

Announcing via her social media page story, the star shared a photo of the meal in question and told her fans and followers all about her ordeal.

The food

Poole began: “So I’m a bit traumatised from last night.

“So imagine, I ordered a takeaway and there was a maggot in the takeaway and I don’t think I’m going to get a delivery again. Honestly, it was disgusting.”

She further explained: “I ended up calling 111 because I happened to be in the bath and I thought that I might die from bacterial poisoning.

“So that might have been a bit dramatic, but at least it was 111 not 999, imagine. So always call 111 not 999 if you think there might be a problem.

“And that’s what I did, I called them up saying there was a maggot in my food. Do I throw up or do I get bacterial poisoning?”

The television model added: “They reassured me that everything was ok which is great. Stress!

“So tonight, I’m going to live life to the full because I haven’t died from bacterial poisoning.”

Last weekend, Liberty crashed out of Dancing On Ice after taking a tumble in the rink live on TV.

Both the model Poole and her dance partner, Joe Johnson, were kicked out of the competition following a skate off – but the star has remained positive about her time on the show.

She lamented before after her time was over for the show: “Even though we had that fall tonight, these things happen on ice.

“I’ve honestly enjoyed every second and I’m proud of myself because I pushed myself this week. I just want to thank everyone behind the scenes for always being there to support me.”

She added: “I want to thank my mum as well for being in the audience every week. She’s my rock.”