WHAT started as a story that made national headlines about an eight-year-old Bundaberg boy winning more than he bargained for at the Bargara Strawberry Fair, turned into possibly one of the most bizarre trade deals in the Bundaberg region's history.

Young Bailey Logan entered a lucky dip, where he won a bag including some bike magazines.

Little did they know they won more than they thought.

When his family opened up the magazines, they found a centrefold with a naked lady, and three other posters that showed raunchy pictures of some more ladies.

The Hitz 939 Bundaberg breakfast team, Bryce and Trace, caught up with mum Sarah Logan this morning to chat about the prize.

Things took an interesting twist when the guys asked Sarah what she had planned to do with the four posters.

Bryce and Trace offered a swap deal with Sarah for the photos with the most talked about topic in town, the new Golden Gaytime ice cream in a tub.

The new ice cream to hit supermarket shelves is currently sold out in Bundaberg, but Bryce and Trace managed to get their hands on one, take a few bites out of it and offered the half eaten tub of Golden Gaytime to Sarah, who accepted their offer.

Meet the new owners of the infamous Strawberry Fair lucky dip prize, Bryce and Trace.

Bryce said: "These posters were a must buy.

"I'm in the market for a motorbike and really liked the Harley Davidson they've used on the posters."

Trace said: "I wasn't too happy Bryce traded the ice cream, which I bought, for a couple of posters to put on his wall at home."

Station management have said they will discuss their plans for the posters at a later date.

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