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Hocus Pocus Fans Spot NSFW Comment From Bus Driver

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Hocus Pocus Fans Spot NSFW Comment From Bus Driver

Eagle-eyed fans have spotted a rather naughty line in 1993's Halloween cult classic Hocus Pocus.

Disney's fan favourite film has officially caused a stir online, after adult viewers finally understood the true meaning behind one of the film's lesser-known lines.

The scene takes place on a bus, while the driver is attempting to flirt with Winifred (Bette Midler), Sarah (Sarah Jessica Parker) and Mary (Kathy Najimy).

You can watch the clip below:

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Fans realised the true meaning behind the double entendre - and we have to be honest, it went right over our heads!

As the bus pulls up, Winifred asks the driver (played by actor Don Yesso) "what is this contraption?"

After bluntly telling her it's "a bus", the driver smiles leeringly towards the trio, saying its purpose is "to convey gorgeous creatures such as yourselves to your most... forbidden desires".

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The bus driver has a secretly steamy scene with SJP. [Credit: Alamy]
The bus driver has a secretly steamy scene with SJP. [Credit: Alamy]

Winifred then confesses "we desire children", as the bus driver laughs.

"It may take me a couple of tries, but I don't think that'll be a problem", he says.

Wait... what?! We don't think he's talking about driving here.

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Hocus Pocus couldn't hide this one NSFW comment! [Credit: Alamy]
Hocus Pocus couldn't hide this one NSFW comment! [Credit: Alamy]

Fans are shocked at the fact that they missed the innuendo first time around.

"Why hasn't the bus driver from Hocus Pocus been hauled into HR yet?" one Twitter user joked, referring to a later scene in which Sarah sits on the randy driver's lap.

"Who would agree to attempt to have children with a stranger... no matter how hot they are?" said a second.

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Credit: Twitter/@English_Channel
Credit: Twitter/@English_Channel

"As a younger kid I didn't understand those jokes but now I hear them and I'm like '....", a YouTube commenter said.

"It's called an 'innuendo' - they're made so that only adults pick up on it, not kids dude" said a second.

"WWOOOOOWW the jokes I didn't even catch as a child lol" said a third.

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Hocus Pocus is available to stream on Disney+.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Disney, Hocus Pocus, Disney Plus, TV And Film

Hannah Van-de-Peer
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