A man who opened a standard-sized bag of Walkers was ‘astonished’ to discover there were actually some fucking crisps in it for once.
Simon Williams, 33, had to be given assistance at the scene after opening a pack of the popular snack only to find there were some actual, honest to God crisps in it.
“Initially I thought I must have won some sort of prize, like Charlie Bucket finding a golden ticket, but it turned out that sometimes Walkers to put some crisps in those coloured packets of air,” he told us.
Walkers, whose crisps must be made of solid gold potatoes considering what they charge for a bag, responded to the discovery after the crisp was discovered in a packet bought at Kettering services.
“We appreciate that our customers want the best value for money, but potatoes don’t grow on trees, you know,” a spokesman for the brand told us.
“We believed that crisps averaging 20p each in our average bag was good value for money, but we appreciate that times are hard which is why we’ve increased the serving size so dramatically.
“And our now big grab-bags will feed a family of four, so long as three of you don’t actually eat any.
“Gary Lineker doesn’t come cheap either.”