Kinder eggs – the chocolate ones with the toy inside – are banned in the United States, falling foul of a 1938 law which prohibits food containing “non-nutritive items” (what does the Big Mac contain then?). Tens of thousands of Kinder Joy treats are seized by zealous border officials every year.
I am sitting here with my chin on the counter, my mouth open like a great big whale scooping up plankton. I am gobsmacked! – David Duffield, cycling