Tesco Burger Lads dressed as horses walk around Tesco shouting.
On Tuesday, it emerged Irish food inspectors had found almost 30% horsemeat in one brand sold by Tesco.
Smaller amounts were also found in beefburgers sold by Iceland, Lidl and Aldi and Dunnes.
Officials said the contaminated products - on sale in the UK and the Irish Republic - posed no risk to human health and had been removed from shop shelves.
beef burger products with best-before dates from last June to March 2014 and found that 37 per cent tested positive for horse DNA and 85 per cent for pig DNA.
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