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Things sometimes happen by sheer luck. Like when your phone lands back-side down on the ground or when a chocolate Santa ends up with a penis - thanks to a solidified splodge of melted chocolate.
The 28-year-old unwrapped the hollow chocolate Santa, but when he smashed through the front he noticed an unusual penis-shaped splodge inside the bottom half of the chocolate.
He called over partner Candice, 19, and the pair giggled before taking a few pictures.
The clothing company director left the snack uneaten while he contacted Tesco to alert them of a possible bad batch.
Jason, from Blackley, Lancashire, said: "I only picked it up because it was by the till and I wanted something sweet.
"I took it home and was going to share it with my girlfriend. When I saw it I had to look again. just broke down laughing to be honest."
He went on: "I don't know if it was a warehouse worker's last day and they were having a laugh or whether it was just a complete accident.
"But for it to be in the exact place where you'd expect it to be - it just seems more than a coincidence. It's a funny thing to happen.
"Of course if I was a kid this would be a different story."
A spokesman for Tesco said: "Oops...It looks as if Father Christmas has revealed a little too much on this occasion.
"Of course if the customer wants to return the product then we can arrange this at their nearest large Tesco store."
At least Jason got a more more festive surprise than poor Nadia Snow (appropriately named), when a full potato fell out of her packet of Lidl crisps recently.
When we spoke to Nadia, she told LADbible: "I can't think how much I paid, probably no more than £1.50 for all 6 packets.
"I just went and grabbed a pack and it felt really heavy so I asked my friend to open them while I recorded it to see what was in there and that's what it was.
"We just thought it was hilarious to be honest - couldn't understand how it had managed to happen though.
The entire episode would have pissed on many people's chips but for 26-year-old Nadia from Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire, it 'brightened up' her day.
Which is quite a good job really, especially when Lidl made light of the situation.
Responding to LADbible, the supermarket said: "This is a real hot potato of an issue. Whilst a whole potato crisp might be a-peeling to some, we would like to take the opportunity to chip in and apologise to the customer for any distress caused."
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