Sunderland graduate surprised after he ordered headphones from Amazon but received a nut instead

File photo dated 26/04/13 of an Amazon package. The online retail giant said it will take on 2,500 new permanent staff in Britain this year, as the business continues to expand in the UK and across Europe.
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‘May contain nuts’ is a disclaimer that we see on many food labels, but it’s not what you expect to find contained in an order for earphones, purchased through Amazon.

However, what Victor Rusu found when he opened what was supposed to be a box of £20.99 earphones was the single shell of a pistachio nut instead.

Rusu, a graduate intern at the University of Sunderland, joked that squirrels must have gotten to his earphones first.

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