UK doctors have complained to a chocolate maker after it changed the shape of two chocolates that can be used to measure testicles in pubescent boys.
The 8mm oval shape of Treasures and Truffles was a dead ringer for a bead that measures testes to monitor development, but Masterfoods changed the shape of the chocolate.
In a joint letter to the British Medical Journal, doctors said the change was a major setback to pediatric endocrinology.
"The original design should be reinstated. It could play to the maker's advantage. By including an insert with clear instructions, young males could self-evaluate (ideally not at the point of sale)", the doctors wrote.
May all you balls be right-sized and chocolate, at least for today - Merry Christmas everyone!