Some people have all the luck. And one of those people is Samuel May from Swindon in Wiltshire.
Photographer Samuel not only managed to get hold of an elusive orange Twirl bar, he was also treated to an extra finger in his packet!
He said he’d been searching for one of the limited-edition Twirls for “ages and ages” when he came across the extra-special bar in a B&M store. He spotted the chocolate bars at the till after shopping for household bits and bobs, so decided to grab a few bars for himself and his girlfriend, Catrina Fletcher. He says he didn’t know how lucky he was until he got home.
Samuel told The Sun: “It’s incredible. We picked up a couple, not even realising one of them had an extra stick.
“We didn’t realise until we got home then I spotted one was chunkier, which I thought was strange.
“They’re so hard to get anyway so to get three is pretty mad. They are delicious.”
Despite the fact that fans of the rare Twirl bars are buying cases online for up to £700, Samuel said he wasn’t interested in selling his extra-unique bar. Instead, he gave this third finger to his daughter, Nalah.
“I wanted to keep it and see what people thought. The response has been great because you don't usually see three fingers in a Twirl.”
Cadbury has released a statement about Samuel basically being the luckiest man alive.
“The reaction to the launch of Cadbury Twirl Orange has been incredible and the product is in very high demand across the country.
“This guy has hit the jackpot by finding three Twirl fingers in a rare limited-edition Cadbury Twirl Orange.
But before you get your hopes up that all this hysteria over the orange Twirl bars means we’ll get to keep them forever, the spokesperson added: “We can’t promise there will be any more to come.”