Mum Accidentally Purchases Sheep Sex Toy For Her Son’s Christmas Play!
As parents we’re all guilty of doing a last minute dash to the shops to buy costumes and props for our kid’s concerts. Heck I remember one year doing a midnight KMART dash to try and find fake blood for a Halloween costume. It’s what we do!
So spare a thought for a mum from Scotland who thought she’d ordered the perfect sheep for her 5 year old son’s nativity play only to find it was in fact an inflatable sex doll.
Yep! You heard that right. Except the poor mum didn’t notice until her young son Alfie was sent home with the sassy sheep. Upon closer inspection, mum Helen Cox realised the animal indeed had red lipstick, long eyelashes and a…ummm….hole in the back. She says she had no idea what the real purpose of the product was when she bought it online from Amazon.
“I just can’t believe it. I don’t know whether to laugh or cry! How am I going to explain this to his teachers?” the 46 year old mum said. “I have no idea if they’ve seen it was a sex toy and that’s why they sent it home – I’m mortified! It was part of his costume and I thought he might have been naughty and snuck it out of school.”
Helen bought the blow up toy in November and says it was listed as “Labreeze kids boys brown shepherd costume inflatable sheep nativity fancy dress outfit”. However after some online investigating she found the exact same sheep was on sale as a “stag night bonkin’ sheep”.
Amused parents took to social media to let Helen know that it wasn’t such a terrible mistake and that they too probably would’ve purchased the sheep!
(To be honest, I think I need an explanation too! Why would you want a blow up sex doll in the form of a sheep? Anyone?)
“I told him it didn’t look like a proper sheep because it had a moustache, red lipstick and a bow on its head, but he still wanted to play with it. I couldn’t think of any more reasons why not,” Helen said. “He’s probably in his room right now stuffing Lego in the hole.”
Amazon has since pulled the product from its website, saying in a statement: “All sellers must follow our selling guidelines and those who don’t will be subject to action including potential removal of their account. The product in question is no longer available.”
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