Guess what I found between my bum cheeks!

Sunday Sport - - FRONT PAGE - By SI­MON DEAN si­mon@ sun­daysport. co. uk

AF­TER fin­ish­ing a box of 12 sugar- coated Dunkin’ Donuts, Sarah Mad­dox al­lowed her­self a sat­is­fied fart and stretch.

Un­for­tu­nately, thanks to her 40- stone bulk, the sud­den move­ment sent her tum­bling off the sofa at her home in Bid­dulph, Staffs.

And the jolt as she landed on the floor brought a piece of his­tory to light, when a packet of Opal Fruits fell from between her enor­mous bum cheeks.

As Opal Fruits have been known as Star­burst since 1998, that means the still- wrapped treats must have been wedged in her arse cleft for a mind­bog­gling 19 YEARS.

Sarah, 39, gasped: “Af­ter I fell, there was a stab­bing pain at the top of my bum. I reached round – which is no easy job – and pulled out a packet of Opal Fruits.

“I thought that it was about 10 years since they changed names so I was amazed. When I found out it was 19 years since they’d been called Opal Fruits, I nearly fell over.


“I was al­ready quite big when I was 20 but had no idea I’d been big enough to hide a tube of sweets in my arse. Amaz­ingly, the pack was more or less in­tact, if a bit claggy.

“I’ve not tried them as I reckon they would have gone off by now.”

The brand name Opal Fruits was phased out in the UK in 1998 in or­der to stan­dard­ise the prod­uct in a glob­alised mar­ket­place.

In 2008, the su­per­mar­ket chain Asda re­vived the orig­i­nal name Opal Fruits in the UK for a pe­riod of 12 weeks start­ing in May 2008.

A Star­burst source said: “They used to say that Opal Fruits were made to make your mouth wa­ter – this story makes my eyes wa­ter!”

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