Woman who saw Elvis’ silhouette in washing up bowl left feeling ‘all shook up’

A woman who believes she saw the silhouette of Elvis Presley in her washing up bowl says she was left "all shook up".

Paula Riscolo claims to have spotted the legendary musician, who had hits with Hound Dog and Jailhouse Rock, in the bubbles of her dish cleanser.

Midway through cleaning her red plates, the Blue Suede Shoes singer made an appearance in the bowl, with the suds seemingly forming the shape of Presley.

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While the King of Rock and Roll was no stranger to the United States, a silhouette appearance in Massachusetts left Ms Riscolo quite shocked by the uncanny resemblance.

The soapy formation even had a quiff in a similar style to the famed Presley look of his 1950s heyday, which led Paula to believe she had spotted the Rock & Roll Hall of Famer.

A second glance at the quiff and outline even showed the chiselled jaw Presley was famed for during his pre-Las Vegas period.

Paula joked Elvis had just been wanting "to help with the dishes", with his appearance in the soapy water delighting those who saw it, with even Ms Riscolo adding: "Thank you, thank you very much."

Others were equally as elated to see the King, or at least his silhouette, in the washing up.

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One person joked "Has he left the sink now?" while another added: "One for the money, two for the foam."

A third agreed with the silhouette similarities and said it "looks just like Elvis" while another was stunned, adding: "Bloody hell, that's Elvis."

It is not the only sighting of music legends in places they should not be, with the Daily Star previously reporting Johnny Cash's appearance on a water fountain.

The fountain which housed the water of dozens of town residents was hit during a shootout, with the Man in Black silhouette outline seemingly peeing away the water supply.

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