Pub drinker shocked to find Donald Trump's hair on a pork scratching

A PUB goer couldn't believe his eyes when he noticed one of his pork scratchings bared a strong resemblance to Donald Trump.

Matthew Smith, 40, was enjoying a few pints down the pub when he almost ate the snack that looked like the President.


He kept hold of the Trump lookalike pork scratching at his home in Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire.

Solicitor Matthew said: "It's definitely the hair that makes it.

"I was enjoying a packet of pork scratchings washed down with a stout or two at my local pub with a couple of mates.

"I noticed that one of the porcine snacks bore a quite uncanny resemblance to a certain Donald J Trump – much to the amusement of myself and my drinking companions.''

The discovery took place at Matthew's local pub, the Linthorpe Hotel in Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire.

Matthew said: "Everyone around the table was in agreement that it definitely resembled 'the Donald' – it's definitely down to the hairs and the inimitable, distinctive comb over effect.

"It was unanimously decided that the pork scratching should not be eaten and should be preserved for as long as possible.

"It just seemed a shame to throw it away. It's not every day you're lucky enough to stumble upon a bar snack that so uncannily resembles a notorious world leader.

SEEING DOUBLE

"I took it home in the packet and thankfully it wasn't damaged as Samuel Smith's pork scratchings are known for their particularly robust constitution.

"As thoroughly tragic as this probably sounds, I do still own the pork scratching and it resides safely within the drawer of my desk in my office at home."

This isn't the first time the president's face has been spotted in someone's food – a mum from Houghton-le-Spring, near Sunderland saw his face in a tuna steak.

Amanda Brewster, 36, said: "I fancied a tuna steak, took it out of the freezer, put it on the side and I thought 'oh my god that looks like Donald Trump'.

"I saw the face and the likeness to Trump straight away I couldn't believe it.

"He had quite a good head of hair, the chin comes out a bit at the bottom and the little eyes, nose and mouth – I think it looks a little bit like an ear at the side as well.

"He had a big grin on his face, he looks a lot happier than the real thing. I think even he would find it funny if he saw it."

But after posing for a quick snap, the fishy Trump was shoved in the oven and Amanda, from Houghton-le-Spring, near Sunderland, enjoyed him on a bed of coconut rice.


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