Man Finds Massive 'World Record' Sized Frazzle Inside Packet Of Crisps
Frazzles are arguably the crisps of Gods - behind Cool Original Doritos and salt and vinegar Squares, obviously. So you'd probably feel pretty chuffed if you discovered a huge crisp in your favourite packet.
Well, Sean Stewart definitely was when he got more than he bargained for after opening a packet of Frazzles and finding an absolute whopper.
Sean - thought to be from Cumbernauld, North Lanarkshire - purchased the packet of crisps as part of a £1 ($1.20) multi-pack from an Iceland store in Glasgow's West End on Monday.
The 22-year-old was stunned when he opened the bag and managed to pull out a crisp at least three times the length of a normal Frazzle.
The photo shows Sean holding the crisp next to a normal size Frazzle for reference.
A tickled Sean took to Twitter to share the image, posting the photo with the caption: "Check the size a this frazzle man. Am frazzled looking at it." Yeah, seems an appropriate response.
The photo has clocked up nearly 7,000 likes online, prompting people to ask how the crisp had managed to fit in the bag in the first place. Don't question, just appreciate.
Sean responded: "The bag was already open and it was poking out. Was raging. Thought it would be soggy when a pulled this out - a Mary Poppins bag a Frazzles."
The supersized snack has caused disbelief among social media users. One person said: "I can't understand how this is possible. Unless you've grafted one Frazzle to another to make one big super Frazzle?!"
Another commented: "That's got to be a Guinness world record of a Frazzle," while a third added, simply: "That is class."
Check the size a this frazzle man. Am frazzled looking at it pic.twitter.com/fr5NLUtSeS
- Stewart little (@seanstewart1997) August 12, 2019
Frazzles also made headlines back in March following a controversial Channel 5 documentary called Britain's Favourite Crisps, which ranked the most popular crisps in the country - and somehow the bacon flavoured treat failed to make the top twenty.
Sky Sports presenter Hayley McQueen and Twitter account The Crisp Connoisseur were among the many to criticise the omission.
No French Fries.
No Space Raiders.
No integrity. #BritainsFavouriteCrisps
- The Crisp Connoisseur (@CrispTweet) March 24, 2019
The show found that Walkers, Doritos, and Pringles were the top three crisps, which also proved controversial - how many others deserve to be up there?
Viewers have since branded the show 'a national disgrace' and some even threatened to get broadcasting watchdog Ofcom involved. Slight overreaction, maybe?
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