A MUM was left gobsmacked when she discovered a willy-shaped Wotsit in her packet.
Claire Biggs, 30, was tucking into a bag of the Flamin’ Hot flavour nibbles when she pulled out a perfectly formed 2½-inch corn puff pecker.
Claire Biggs, 30, was left gobsmacked when she discovered a willy-shaped Wotsit in her packetCredit: Doug Seeburg
Claire and fiancé Tom have given the mini-manhood pride of place on their mantelpiece to show off to palsCredit: Doug Seeburg
The nursery nurse burst into fits of giggles and accused chef fiancé Tom Brannagan, 30, of planting the sizeable schlong-shaped snack.
The couple have now given the mini-manhood pride of place on their mantelpiece to show off to pals.
Claire told The Sun: “I’m just so grateful I didn’t eat it.
“I looked down and saw it in my hand and could not believe what I was seeing. I just started laughing.
“It’s so perfect in every detail. It’s amazing to think it was a freak of the production line.
“I can’t imagine anyone has ever opened a packet to find one as perfect as this.
“I couldn’t bring myself to eat it, so phoned friends and family instead.
“They could not believe it when I sent them pictures — everyone has been in hysterics.
“I said to Tom, ‘I’ll look for a pair of boobs in the packet next’.”
Claire, of Cholsey, Oxfordshire, said son Finley, five, is obsessed with talking about bums and willies but he has yet to see the wonder Wotsit.
She added: “Tom called it a Cock-sit, which made us chuckle.
“Tom’s a chef and when it was lockdown we baked a load of bread rolls that were willy-shaped.
“This would have been the perfect accompaniment. Everyone loves Wotsits but I’ve only recently discovered them and I’m so glad I did.”
A spokesman for Wotsits said: “While this is certainly not a Wotsit we’re used to seeing, we respect and celebrate Wotsits that come in all shapes and sizes.”
Claire told The Sun: ‘I’m just so grateful I didn’t eat it’Credit: Doug Seeburg