Published: 16:00, 08 January 2013 |
Updated: 09:43, 10 January 2014
A kmfm listener has caught the catch of the day - a £590 prize.
Steve Farrugia, of Nursery Walk, Canterbury, scooped the cash with new competition The Kent Sound.
The lucky listener correctly identified the mystery sound and its location - an oyster being opened in Whitstable.
Steve said he knew the sound well as he used to work with oysters and regularly takes his girlfriend to Whitstable for the dish.
The contest only began on Monday, when the jackpot began at £500. Every incorrect answer increased the prize pot.
Incorrect guesses ranged from a beer being opened at The Hop Farm to a pair of scissors at Kengate Cleaners.
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