Stunned builder finds ‘world’s biggest’ Frazzle — a whopping 4½in long

Stunned builder finds ‘world’s biggest’ Frazzle — a whopping 4½in long

- in Usa News

A BUILDER was left dazzled by a 4½in Frazzle — which could be a world record.

Harry Langley, 24, pulled out the bumper bacon snack, three times normal size, while eating lunch in his work van.

Harry Langley found a 4½in Frazzle crisp in a packet bought from B&M
Damien McFadden – The Sun
The Frazzle crisp was three times its normal size
Damien McFadden – The Sun

Harry told The Sun: “I didn’t actually notice it straightaway, which was weird because it was almost as big as the packet.

“The top end was sticking out, and as I pulled it out it just carried on going and going. I thought to myself ‘that’s massive’.”

Harry, who’d bought a multipack at B&M in Burton Latimer, Northants last week, added: “I was just fascinated. I took a pic and put it on Instagram. A few friends commented on its size.

“I genuinely think it is a Guinness World Record but don’t even know how you register that kind of thing.

“If they’re going to keep making them that size I’ll keep buying. I definitely got my money’s worth with that.”

Last month Sean Stewart, of North Lanarkshire, Scotland, posted a pic of a 4in Frazzle bought from Iceland.

He wrote: “Check the size of this, man. Am frazzled looking at it”.

Social media users claimed it was a record breaker.

In March Frazzles were controversially left out of a Channel 5 Top 20 crisp poll.

A normal size Frazzle crisp measures around 35mm
Damien McFadden – The Sun
Harry Langley was eating lunch in his work van when he discovered the over-sized bacon-flavour snack
Damien McFadden – The Sun

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