THIS ten-inch oven chip is reckoned to be Britain’s biggest.
Music producer Joe Graves found the whopper — as long as his girlfriend’s forearm — in a bag of Iceland sweet potato fries.
Joe, 29, of York, said: "It stopped us in our tracks.”
He gave it to the couple’s two hungry dogs Dala and Duku.
He added: "I poured the frozen chips out into the tray and saw this humongous thing that looked like a sword.
"I realised it was one huge chip and said to my girlfriend 'how big was the sweet potato they got that thing from?'
"It's baffling – I mean sweet potatoes don't grow that big and I doubt anyone would have gone to the trouble of fixing two chips together.
"It stopped us in our tracks for a moment and then we thought we'd just cook it and eat it with some spicy chicken nuggets.
"Neither of us actually got to see what it would taste like because our two dogs Dala and Duku got their eyes on it and were looking hungry.
"So we gave it to them and they ate it between them like Lady and The Tramp with a string of spaghetti."
In August, Rob Thomas, 34, of Spalding, Lincs., told how he found a fry measuring a record 7.5in long.
Rob was stunned by the stupendous spud as he emptied a £3.50 bag of McCain frozen oven chips from his local shop into a tray.
We also told how Archie Chisnall, 15, of St Helens, Merseyside, found the previous biggest, at 7.1in.
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