Disappointed dad finds single wotsit in his packet of crisps

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Andy Stubbs who has been left let down by Walkers after opening a packet of Wotsits and discovering only one Wotsit in the bag, Sidcup, London. See SWNS story SWOCwotsit. A dad-of-two was left scratching his head wondering 'Wotsit all about' as he opened a bag of Wotsits - which only had ONE crisp inside. Andy Stubbs, 43, bought a multipack for a lunch in June with his family at home in Sidcup, Kent, when he reached for the cheesy flavour corn puffs. The software developer was bemused when he felt the bag - taut with air - and shook it, only to feel what felt like one wotsit inside. He held the bag over his head and shook it to make his payroll manager wife Jane, 39, and two sons - Oscar, nine, and Harry, five - laugh. Though his youngest Harry was desperate to open the bag and eat whatever was inside, Andy decided to hold onto it "as a memento". Andy was nudged by Jane to open the bag, though, when she read in the news the story of 41-year-old Steve Smith, who found one baked bean in a Heinz tin. Then the family gathered round the kitchen island table for the moment Andy opened the bag on Saturday (7), "a perfectly-shaped wotsit fell out".
Andy Stubbs who has been left let down by Walkers (Picture: SWNS)

A packet of wotsits turned out to be just a packet of wotsit, with only a single crisp inside.

Andy Stubbs, 43, was looking forward to tucking into the snack when he gave the bag a shake and noticed it seemed very airy, despite being puffed up with air.

He could not hear any crisps rattling against each other, and began to suspect he had an unusual bag on his hands.

The software developer and dad-of-two at first wanted to keep it as a memento (whatever floats your boat) but then he was egged on to find out when was inside by sons Oscar, nine, and Harry, five.

The family gathered round the kitchen table and filmed the moment Andy opened the bag on Saturday, and a single, perfectly-shaped wotsit fell out.

Andy from Sidcup, south-east London, said: Its not often you get a one-wotsit bag of wotsits, is it?

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Id bought a multipack for the family a couple of months back, and Id gone to get a bag of Wotsits because – why not?

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Lo and behold – when I held the bag, I could feel it was full of air. I shook it around, and realised there might only have been one wotsit inside.

So I showed it to Jane and the boys, and we all cried our eyes out.

Harry really wanted to open the bag, mostly because he wanted to eat it. But I said that it would be funnier to keep it as a memento.

When Jane saw in the news about the guy who only had a one-bean tin of baked beans, she encouraged me to open it up and see.

When I opened it, there was something slightly anti-climactic about it. Wed known for a while there was probably just one wotsit.

Andy Stubbs who has been left let down by Walkers after opening a packet of Wotsits and discovering only one Wotsit in the bag, Sidcup, London. See SWNS story SWOCwotsit. A dad-of-two was left scratching his head wondering 'Wotsit all about' as he opened a bag of Wotsits - which only had ONE crisp inside. Andy Stubbs, 43, bought a multipack for a lunch in June with his family at home in Sidcup, Kent, when he reached for the cheesy flavour corn puffs. The software developer was bemused when he felt the bag - taut with air - and shook it, only to feel what felt like one wotsit inside. He held the bag over his head and shook it to make his payroll manager wife Jane, 39, and two sons - Oscar, nine, and Harry, five - laugh. Though his youngest Harry was desperate to open the bag and eat whatever was inside, Andy decided to hold onto it "as a memento". Andy was nudged by Jane to open the bag, though, when she read in the news the story of 41-year-old Steve Smith, who found one baked bean in a Heinz tin. Then the family gathered round the kitchen island table for the moment Andy opened the bag on Saturday (7), "a perfectly-shaped wotsit fell out".
A single wotsit (Picture: SWNS)