A supermarket has apologised to customers who bought bottles of vodka which turned out to be filled with water.
Asda's Accrington store, on Hyndburn Road, received complaints from two customers about the same problem with Smirnoff Vodka.
Store bosses have apologised and have referred the incident to firm Diageo, the suppliers of Smirnoff.
A spokeswomen for Asda said: "We have apologised to both of the customers and we are still liaising with both of them for any support they need.
"The matter is still under investigation and no other customers at any other store in the UK have been affected. It is strange how this store seems to be the only one.
"We will give the customers full refunds as soon as our investigation is completed."
Firm Diageo said it was aware of a number of complaints which had been passed to them by Accrington's Asda store.
A spokesperson said: "We take all our customer complaints very seriously and we are working with Asda in the investigation.
"It is an isolated incident and is very unusual as our production processes are very thorough."
The investigation is being delayed after one of the bottles returned to Diageo for testing was smashed in-transit.
One of the customers affected was Angela Fielding, 52, from Clayton-le-moors.
The mum-of-four was said to be stunned after she bought a bottle on Friday September 17 to share with her husband Graham only to find it contained water.
Diageo say Mrs Fielding has since been given a £20 voucher to cover the cost of the bottle.