A carrot seemingly resembling a half-naked man from the waist down left gardener shocked and rolling around in laughter.
The cheeky-looking carrot with a suggestive growth was grown by Paul Hudson, aged 58, in his back garden in King’s Cliffe, Northamptonshire. He was left amused after growing veg for many years himself and finding nothing too much out of the ordinary.
Retired railway engineer Paul took up gardening to fill his time and relax him but his recent discovery left his family and friends very amused.
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This particular carrot was sure to be enjoyed for some dinner, but once pulled out of the ground, it was shaped like the bottom half of a man proudly posing with his penis out.
Knowing this would cause a laugh, he snapped comical photos showing the carrot shaped like two legs and a penis and sent it to his family with the caption "interesting carrot".
His family and friends couldn’t help but laugh at this X-rated carrot and wondered whether Paul would decide to make a meal with it. Paul said: "I couldn't help but laugh. I haven't eaten yet but I'm planning on cooking it later this week because there's nothing wrong with it."
Paul stopped buying carrots from the supermarket a while ago after embracing his new hobby. While there’s no more wonky carrots, this homegrown one was definitely winky.
We are not sure which meal he will enjoy with this, but the carrot is sure to make a great addition to a roast dinner. Paul's wild carrot find is not the only wild food to be found this week, with a mutant potato discovered in the UK.
Chip shop owners Natalia Sidorova and Alexander Povalyaev discovered the hippopotamus-shaped behemoth while prepping food for a busy shift. The once-in-a-lifetime find was uncovered in Kent, the Daily Star reported.
Measuring up the massive potato showed it was around 10 by six inches. Archies fish and chip shop customers were asked to place a guess on how much the weight of the potato is.
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