In march last year floated the beaches on the island of Samsø suddenly with avocados, bananas and other exotic fruits. They had ended up there after a collision in the great belt. Now there is suddenly again unusual findings to spot on the beach.
Thursday went Gitte Stanley Junker walk along the water by Ballen on Samsø island's east coast and fell over quite a few fairly large potatoes lying in the sand.
Probably they ended up there after the torrential storm the day before.
- Usually there are many stones on the piece, but they are pushed up to people's reasons. I was surprised to see the forces of nature with their own eyes. Regarding the potatoes then I have not heard anything about where they come from, says Gitte Stanley Junker to TV2 Østjylland.
- They are many of them nicely big, so I think it is the baking potatoes, she continues.
Found by the potatoes, which she has told about on the Facebook page 'Samsø Net-Newspaper', has quickly led to many funny comments.
Especially because it looks like there is salt next to the potatoes.
- It must be Kim's salty chips, write a user, for example, as an allusion to that 'Jørgen' from the well-known chips commercials actually lives in the Bale.
But where the potatoes come from, no one has offered yet.
And thus, it is not the first time, finishing the fruit and vegetables on the Local beaches.
At the end of march, it was oranges, avocadoes and bananas that floated on the beach after a collision between a container ship from Hong Kong and a merchant ship from Liberia, in the great belt.
Suddenly I discovered that there were 2-300 avocados and a big bunch of bananas on the beach, and a lot of floated around in the water. Hold up, I thought, said Jane Søballe Jensen, TV2 Østjylland at the time.
Thousands of the fruits was washed ashore on the also at that time the island's east coast, and suddenly they became something of a bestseller.
- We fill the houses with them over here. It is virtually the only thing that is being talked about right now, and I have heard that there might be a washed oranges in the country, so on a little shall we hunt again and see if it fits, said Alexandra Rasmussen, who lives on the island, in the march to the TV 2.
On some now also go on the rovjagt after potatoes, is not known. From the pictures, as Gitte Stanley Junker has taken, so there are probably thousands to take of.