TK Maxx shopper in tears after realising £4 Easter decoration looks like something very different

A woman ended up crying after discovering a £3.99 Easter decoration she bought at TK Maxx turned out to look like something very rude – and something you definitely wouldn’t want on display in your home.

Laura Reeves bought the Easter decoration in good faith it would make a cute addition to her home.

She shared a picture of the ornament on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains group, where it quickly caught shoppers’ attention…for all the wrong reasons.

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Sharing images of her £3.99 purchase on Facebook, Laura said: “Not necessarily a bargain, but TK Maxx have some lovely Easter bits in. These are sooo sparkly and were only £3.99 each.”

But it wasn’t long before comments started rolling in that caused Laura to update her caption to say: “*EDIT* absolutely crying at these comments.”

Pauline O’Connor joked: “Whole new meaning to flower power.”

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Lisalynne brown wrote: “I can’t unsee it now!!”



Laura Reeves was in hysterics when she realised an Easter ornament she bought from TK Maxx looked like something very rude


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Laura Reeves was in hysterics when she realised an Easter ornament she bought from TK Maxx looked like something very rude

Charlotte Carlin mocked: “Does it smell like poopourri?”

Courtney Campbell said: “Looks explicit.”

Lynsay Cutler commented: “If this is what we’re passing off as Easter decor now then I wont be needing to visit I’m good to go.”

Sara Old poked fun at the ornament, saying: “Can just imagine the conversation in A&E I tripped and fell.”

Speaking to the Manchester Evening News, Laura said: “I stupidly didn’t realise that when I bought them but now I can’t unsee it.”

The floral Easter decorations are on sale in TK Maxx stores now. Call shopping for them an adult Easter Egg hunt.

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