A man was stunned when he found a whopping frozen chip in his tea.
Alistair Coleman, 56, from Wokingham, thought he might have had a world record breaking starchy snack when he uncovered the massive chip.
Mr Coleman believed it might have been the biggest fried favourite in the UK, and was even more shocked to find one chip last year was 22cm long.
According to Guinness World Records there is no known record for the longest chip.
Eight-year-old Ethan Emms, from Lincolnshire, holds the claim to fame of the biggest frozen chip recorded in the UK, as he found the huge dipper in a bag of Morrison’s chips last year.
The schoolboy found the massive chip as he emptied the bag of chips onto a baking tray and heard a huge thud.
He told The Sun: ‘We emptied out a Morrisons 85 bag of straight cut chips and out came the super fry.
‘My brothers wanted to eat him but he’s still chilling in the freezer. I’m happy to tell people I’ve got the world’s biggest chip on my shoulder.’
The extraordinarily long teatime treat that Mr Coleman found came from a £1.50 packet of Waitrose Essentials Crinkle Cut oven chips.
The chip, almost the length of a standard fork, was nearly too much for him to chew.
Mr Coleman said: ‘I’ve never had a chip this big before,
‘Although I once had a barbecue beef-flavoured Hula Hoop that was 5cm long, with a slight curve to it.
‘What a red letter day that was.’
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