Shoppers Are Stocking Up On Penis Shaped Pasta Amid Stockpiling Shortage
As the world continues to prepare to socially distance in a bid to tackle coronavirus, panic buying has ensued, and many supermarkets have been stripped almost entirely bare of essentials, like tinned foods, toilet roll and pasta.
But if you missed the last bag of spaghetti in Sainsbury's then have no fear, because carb-loving Brits have now found a genius solution to get them through the next few weeks.
Yep, Ann Summers has boxes of pasta on offer, and they are even selling them on a 3 for 2 offer.
Of course, the catch is that they're shaped like.... err...penises - but that's a small price to pay to ensure your cupboard is stocked up, right?
First spotted on Facebook page Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, the naughty shaped treat quickly drummed up a lot of attention, with shoppers claiming they would be making purchases online, or even popping into their local branch.
"Desperate times calls for desperate measures," one person joked in the comments as the social media page suggested they made the purchase.
While another penned: "Pasta is pasta lolololol".
A third wrote: "Do they do gluten free?"
As a fourth suggested: "The kids would be told it rocket pasta lol". (Genius!)
There are plenty more retailers stocking the x-rated alternative as well.
After doing some digging, Tyla has also found the very same novelty 200g box of pasta on Amazon for just £3.69.
Oh, and the same cheeky treat is also still in stock on sex toy and lingerie website Love Honey, for £4.99.
There's a similar variety available on Amazon, too. While a 250g pack comes at a slightly steeper £6.58, this is including free delivery, and it's sure to keep those self isolation dinners interesting!
Hey... it might make you feel like you're at a hen party, but it will certainly do the trick if you need a replacement for your bolognese.
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