My girlfriend has been using some strangely-formed English in the past few years. It's not just her because I've heard it elsewhere too. I've got a video of a screenwriter where he says, "You're not the only person or scriptwriter that needs read. I've heard this structure in TikTok videos too. I just don't know if this is a sign of evolving English or if my own education simply never taught me this as an alternative form of accepted English.
She'll use the simple present tense of a verb with an adjective right after it. For example, if she wants to express that the baby wants to be fed, she'll say that he "wants fed". Or, if she wants to say that a package needs delivery, she'll say that it "needs delivered". I would think that you're supposed to say "needs to be delivered" or "needs delivery" but never the way she says it. The screenwriter video above does it too ("needs read").