Charlie Tuna was a fixture on LA's radio scene - one of the disc jockeys who dominated Top 40 radio and pop music for decades. He died February 19, although the news wasn't released until this week.
Tuna was a fixture on Take Two co-host A Martinez's radio as well. Every morning, Tuna would read a joke or story written by a listener as the "Morning Wake-up Story."
When he was 11, A (then known as George) sent in a joke , and Tuna read it on the air.
And as A tells it, they were listening in the car, and his mom almost drove off the road.
The prize was this creamer; A must have been one of the youngest winners.
Listen to the audio to hear the whole story ... and what Tuna told A when he showed him the mug years later.