Snooker fans have been left confused after seeing Jack Lisowki stand in front of four huge buckets of massive mutant crisps.
Lisowski booked his place in the quarter-finals on Monday as he completed a 13-12 victory over third seed Neil Robertson to set up a clash with John Higgins. After his win, Jackpot headed to the press room at the Crucible to speak to the media about his victory and his performance at this year's World Snooker Championship.
However, snooker fans could help but get distracted by a selection of huge crisps in the forefront of an image of Lisowski being interviewed.
Snooker writer Phil Haigh uploaded an image of Lisowski to Twitter and wrote: “Jackpot still doing interviews. Sure he doesn’t mind. He’s buzzing. Also… look at these crisps.”
In front of the 30-year-old were four buckets of crisps, so big that they appeared to be mutated, whilst their flavour is unknown. Fans were quick to react in the comments, with one writing: "Those crisps look MASSIVE!"
A second fan joked: “Lisowski is actually 3 foot 5 and they're regular crisps.” Meanwhile, another added: “Get me a job there I need those crisps.”
Another fan also tweeted “They look big enough to be poppadoms" as the crisps continued to cause confusion on social media.
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Lisowski, who turned professional at the age of 18 in 2010, is currently enjoying his best ever performance at the World Snooker Championship.
Prior to this year's tournament, he had not gone beyond the second round at the Crucible, but has now gone one round better this year after overcoming 2010 winner Robertson on Monday.
That victory set up a quarter-final against sixth seed Higgins, which got underway on Tuesday, as they face off for a place in the last four.
At the time of writing, Lisowski trails Higgins four frames to three in their best of 25 frames contest, with the match expected to conclude on Wednesday.