If it is normal table spoon or dessert spoon sized, it is a spoon adjusted for people with limited mobility.
When adjusting for an individual, you would usually adjust the plastic as that is easier, but this is likely been factory adjusted, being a common enough adjustment that it is made in decent numbers.
I have considered training in the field but did not. Such a spoon was an example the school did show in the introduction material.
Such spoons have been around for a long time. Initially, most of them were tea-spoon size and bent this way primarily to make it easier for mothers to feed their babies and toddlers. In the olden times (when high chairs were even more expensive and considered a luxury and just for the privileged), mothers, nannies or baby sitters used to feed infants by sitting at the table and holding infants in their lap. Therefore, a bent spoon came in handy. Later on, as society progressed, they started manufacturing everyday utensils and products specifically designed for the disabled, for the left handed and so on.