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The Cracker Barrel chain apologizes for the decoration which looked like a noose hanging from a Connecticut area's ceiling.

On November 7, it was found among the antique instruments, boxes, utensils and other decoration of a restaurant in East Windsor, Connecticut. Also, check about front porch cracker barrel.

Media sources from the Cracker Barrel Old Country Store said CNN was the cord to an old electric soldering iron in the restaurant for years to come.

"The décor item — an antique soldering iron with an original wrapped cord — in our East Windsor store should have been noticed and corrected before ever being displayed, and it has since been removed," the company said in an email.

The business told the visitor that it excused him and thanked them for this.

"We are grateful to our guest who pointed it out to us so we could correct this mistake," the email added.

"We work hard to create a culture of hospitality that's welcoming, respectful and inclusive to everyone who walks through our doors," the organization said.

Cracker Barrel also apologised on Twitter for sharing pictures of the item.

On November 8, Tamra Hawkins went to the East Windsor Cracker Barrel and shared on Facebook a video of the shops decorations because she did not trust the social media posts.

She told CNN that she was dining at the Cracker Barrel, which is about 15 miles north of Hartford for the past five years at least four to five days a month.

Hawkins didn't see the cord when she took the footage, but was outraged when critics said it was there.

She told CNN that she did not trust the company's reasoning and that she did not acknowledge the reason.

"I would respect it more if they took ownership with poor taste in judgment in the prop being on display," said Hawkins.

Hawkins' dream restaurant was Cracker Barrel, but she said she would never go there again.

"While we have removed the item from this particular store, we are working with our teams to determine whether this item or others like it exist in any of our other stores, and, if so, removed." Cracker Barrel said in his email.

According to its website, the Tennessee-based chain has over 660 restaurants in 45 countries.