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I’m speechless after finding a very rude radish in my Tesco 19p bag of vegetables

A SHOPPER was stunned after discovering a very rude vegetable hidden in his vegetable bag from Tesco.

Matthew Whittaker, who Penwith in Cornwallwas sorting through his weekly store when he discovered an unusually good radish.

A couple from Cornwall burst out laughing after discovering a piece of phallic code in a Tesco delivery.

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A couple from Cornwall burst out laughing after discovering a piece of phallic code in a Tesco delivery.Credit: SWNS
Matthew and Amy Whittaker say it's the second time they've received an unusually shaped vegetable from their local supermarket in two years.

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Matthew and Amy Whittaker say it’s the second time they’ve received an unusually shaped vegetable from their local supermarket in two years.Credit: SWNS

He said he immediately gave the vegetable to his wife Amy, 34, who giggled when she saw its shape.

Father-of-two Matthew, 44, said: “We had a good laugh about it.”

The couple, who found a carrot with carrot seeds in a delivery two years ago, said they “rolled out laughing”.

“This is the second time I have found a rude vegetable of the same type Tesco,“- said Matthew.

“How lucky am I?

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

Matthew, a delivery driver, said he and Amy often buy fresh carrots.

However, the store didn’t have any when they ordered it – and he joked that they sent the “unflattering” ones instead.

“I guess it was just luck when I found the funny things,” he said.

“I just need a rude Swede now and I’ll have a full set.”

DARK MINDS

The couple chopped up their x-rated turnip and ate it with a roast dinner.

Back in 2019, a sexy strawberry shaped like a woman’s butt make the Internet go crazy.

The suggestive photo, posted by social media user GoldQaashin, has attracted attention from all over the world.

One man wrote: “I’ll turn that ** into a smoothie when I’m done.”

And last year, Sun Online shared a carrot collection created with sunglasses and socks.

Fruits and vegetables can grow into odd shapes due to damage while they are growing.

Major supermarkets including Asda are now selling collard greens in an effort to cut food waste.

The couple discovered two years after finding a very happy carrot in another delivery

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The couple discovered two years after finding a very happy carrot in another deliveryCredit: SWNS

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Bobby Allyn

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