Proud fishermen catches first catfish only to find gigantic sex toy inside

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Two fishermen were shocked to discover that some bizarre lumps on a fish they reeled in was actually a huge sex toy it had gobbled up.

Richard Kesar and Jon Hoop from Indiana, US were cleaning the catch at home when they discovered the big brown dildo.

When Jon landed the catfish at a river in Lawrenceburg, the first ever blue catfish he'd hooked, the pair initially assumed it had swallowed some eggs or a smaller creature.

However, when they prodded the fish's bloated belly they felt two hard objects which didn't feel like anything typically found in a fish's diet.

"We noticed when we got it in the boat that its stomach was huge," Richard told WTTV-TV.

"We decided to cut it open, and we found the foam ball, part of a fish, and the other object."

The "other object" was in fact the large plastic phallus.

Richard shared snaps of the raunchy haul on Facebook, alongside the caption: "Well we had a pretty interesting fishing trip this morning, we noticed the stomach was hard but didn't expect this to come out of it."

In the snaps, Richard can be seen posing with the dildo as if it were a monster fish he'd just reeled in.

"I have no idea how or why it ended up in the river," Richard said.

In what must have been an extremely awkward moment, Richard said that at first his daughter, three, was helping him clean the catch.

He and his wife had to act fast to avert her gaze and avoid a tricky conversation.

He said: "When it came out Jon, my wife and I started laughing. My wife immediately covered my daughter's eyes and turned her away from it."

People were quick to react to the unlikely find in the comments section of Richard's Facebook post.

One said: "That is the true tale of Moby Dick LOL."

Another joked: "Dinner and the night's entertainment."

While a third said: "I need to go fishing with bigger worms."

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