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Flipping 'eck! Dog's face appears in Ashford man Jason Olsen's Shrove Tuesday pancake

05 March 2014
by KentOnline reporter

When Ashford man Jason Olsen flipped this pancake last night, he thought he was going barking mad.

The 23-year-old was stunned to discover more than a ruff image of a dog in his Shrove Tuesday treat.

Jason, of Essella Park, said he could see a clear image of a canine - complete with collar - in the lookalike pancake.

A dog's face emerged in this pancake made by Ashford man Jason Olsen

A dog's face emerged in this pancake made by Ashford man Jason Olsen

It was one of several he had cooked with 21-year-old girlfriend Louise Morgan, who made the batter.

Jason said: "I'd just got home from work and myself and my partner decided to throw some pancakes together so not to miss out on Pancake Day.

"After flipping the third or fourth one, I immediately noticed that an image of a dog had been made by where the pancake had gone brown.

"I couldn't believe it. It's not just a slight dog lookalike either - it really does look like one!"

Jason Olsen holds the pancake with the dog's face

Jason Olsen holds the pancake with the dog's face

Although he said he wanted to keep the pancake as a souvenir, Jason gave into temptation and downed it with sugar and lemon.

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