A British man's amazing carrot lineup is going viral. 

The man took issue with the bag of "carrot batons" that he purchased from grocery store Tesco. Calling himself a "carrot aficionado," Aaron called the batons (that's what carrot sticks are called in the U.K. evidently) the worst he had ever come across.


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Tesco apologized on Twitter and asked Aaron to direct-message them with further details. They probably wish they hadn't, since Aaron came back with a detailed lineup of the worst orange offenders.

One he labeled "92% water," another was pointed out to be "mouldy" and another was called "infested."

Tesco offered him a refund for the hideous-looking batons.

Naturally, this was a story "Red Eye" had to take on, as Tom asked whether this person should be buying groceries at all. 

"I do kind of love this spirit and I love when you get your money back and stick it to the man," Joanne Nosuchinsky said.

Watch the amusing discussion from Red Eye above and catch all the fun, hosted by Tom Shillue, weekdays at 3am ET on Fox News!


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