Mum Mortified After Daughter Took Lube To School Instead Of Hand Sanitiser
A mum has been left mortified after discovering her daughter had been taking her lube into school instead of hand sanitiser.
Summer, five, innocently saw the Ann Summers logo on her mum's lube and instantly thought it meant it belonged to her.
Her mum, Louise Hosie, 36, later discovered the bottle in her daughter's school coat as she empties the pockets to put it in the wash.
When the confused mum asked Summer what it was doing there, she revealed she thought it was hand sanitiser and haven been sharing it with her friends.
"I'd done a balloon pop with Ann Summers where the lady goes live online and she pops it and you get your prize," said Louise, from Livingston, Scotland.
"Mine was two bottles of lube and some perfume, but I'd just left it in the box, it hadn't been touched.
"I went to wash Summer's school jacket the other day and I was emptying out her pockets and I found it.
"I was like 'oh my god, why have you got that?' and she said 'it's for my hands, for the germs."
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Louise added: "I had to tell her 'this is for mummy, this needs to go in the cupboard.'
"And then I asked her if she'd used it with her friends and she said yes. I was so embarrassed."
Louise says she doesn't think Summer could have had the lube for ore than a couple of days, as none of the teachers had spotted it.
"The prospect of doing the school run after half term has crossed my mind, I'll be pretty embarrassed to face her teachers," Louise added.
"Loads of friends and family have messaged me to laugh about it, they've started calling me Lubey Lou."
Louise says the gaffe is typical of little Summer who spent lockdown getting up to mischief and playing pranks on her older brothers, Liam, 16 and Shaun, 14.
"She'd seen her brothers doing TikTok videos during lockdown and she ran up behind Liam and cracked an egg on his head," she said.
"Luckily they saw the funny side, Summer's always up to mischief."
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