I was peeling a banana, and noticed thin, hair-like protrusions coming from the stem-side top of the fruit. There were only 5 or 6, and they were sticking straight up, about an inch in height.
At first, I thought one of my own hairs had fallen onto it, until I looked closer, and noticed there were several of them. One, which was slightly thicker than the others, was moving back and forth within the fruit. The others appeared to be moving as well; however, this could have been due to a draft.
Could these have been worms? Most of the objects were as thin as a spider web, except for the thicker one, which was about the width of a human hair, and were quite obvious with a quick glance. I eat bananas often, and I have never seen the like before.
NOTE: I picked up three bananas of varying ripeness; two of them have been like this. The third is at home, so I have not checked it yet.