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Tesco shopper left speechless after he opens 19p bag of veg

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Dinner prep for one Tesco shopper took a turn after they opened a bag of veg bought from the supermarket giant.

In fact, it left Matthew Whitaker, 44 and his wife Amy, 34, “rolling around laughing”.

The couple found a phallic-shaped parsnip in their weekly veg shopping bag and Matthew was stunned.

It’s not the first time rude veg has found its way the Matthew.

The father-of-two said: “How lucky am I?

“I thought oh no, not again – why do these rude vegetables keep finding me?”

Matthew picked up the bag of 19p parsnips during his weekly shop at Tesco in Penzance, Cornwall, last week hoping to have them with his dinner.

But when he returned home, he opened the bag to find the rude-looking vegetable.

Matthew and his wife of nine years Amy said they fell about laughing when they saw it.

Two years ago, the couple, of St Just in Penwith, Cornwall, found a carrot with a rude-looking appendage from a bag of shopping they’d had delivered from the same store.

Delivery driver Matthew said Amy, a support worker, called him into the kitchen to show him the hilarious X-rated find.



The rude parsnip
The rude parsnip

The couple usually buy wonky carrots, but their local store did not have any in when they ordered – and Matthew quipped they sent rude-looking ones instead.

Matthew, originally from Bradford, added: “We had a good laugh about it, it’s the second time I’ve found a rude vegetable from the same Tesco.

“I guess it’s just luck that I find the funny ones. I just need a rude swede now and I’ll have a full set.”

Matthew sliced the parsnip and the couple ate it on a roast dinner.

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