UK Woman Mistakenly Eats Potato Chip Worth More Than $100K
A woman from England has revealed that she mistakenly ate a heart-shaped potato chip that could have awarded her a massive cash prize.
Dawn Sagar, an Oswestry resident in Shropshire, found the chip, or “crisp” as they say in England, in a bag of Walkers – a British snack food company known for manufacturing potato crisps.
Sagar was unaware that the snack was of value at the time, FOX 5 Atlanta reported. The chip could have made Sagar the winner of the “Heart Shaped Crisp Hunt” – a contest hosted by Walkers “At first I didn’t realize that crisp would be worth money as I hadn’t heard about the competition,” Sagar told Fox Television Stations.
She took note of the chip and even sent a picture of it to her friends after finding it in the snack bag the day after Valentine’s Day, FOX 5 reported.
After capturing the photo, Sagar then ate the valuable chip.
Her friends reportedly responded to the picture that Sagar had shared with them, but they were apparently not quick enough.
“It wasn’t until they messaged me back saying not to eat it due to the competition that I knew anything about it and had already eaten the crisp,” Sagar said