A farmer pulled a sweet potato out of the ground at his farm last week and was surprised to find it in shape of a lady’s legs and bottom in a suggestive pose
London: A farmer from Kent County in South East England was astonished by the "raunchy" shape of one of his home-grown sweet potatos, which he and his family later refused to eat.
The "hot" sweet potato looks like the lower half of a woman’s body, with a rather shapely behind bending over in a provocative pose.
Last week, Ben Fletch pulled the veggie out of the ground and couldn’t believe his eyes when he saw the frisky tatty.
He told local media, "It was hilarious. Obviously it looks like a lady bending over. It did make me chuckle. I showed my family and they loved it — we were all laughing for quite a while."
Too hot to handle
Fletch’s discovery was too hot to handle, as he refused to take a bite of his astonishing find. He said, "It’s a sweet potato that I grew in my private field. "It is only recently that we were able to grow sweet potatoes here in the UK so it’s very cool for me. We threw it away though as [we] didn’t want to have to cook it."
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