Mother Accidentally Sends Son To School Nativity With Blow-Up Sex Toy
A school mum had good intentions when she ordered her five-year-old son a fancy dress costume on Amazon for a school Christmas event.
Helen Cox from Scotland bought her son Alfie a shepherd's costume and was delighted when she discovered it came with a free blow-up sheep.
How good is free stuff, right?
The 46-year-old was shocked when her son's teacher told him to take the animal home from school. What was wrong with a blow-up toy for young children after all?
Cox suggested she blow up the animal for Alfie, so at least he could play with it at home.
It was then she made the mortifying discovery. This was no ordinary sheep. This was a sex doll sheep. She'd sent her son to school with a blow-up sex toy.
"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?" Cox told the South West News Service.
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"I have no idea if they've seen it was a sex toy and that's why they sent it home -- I'm mortified."
In fact, she found the same toy for sale online under 'a stag night bonkin' sheep'. On Australian Amazon, an identical product can be found under the name, 'Naughty Inflatable Sheep Doll with Backdoor Pleasure Hole'.
But now Cox has another problem to handle. Little Alfie doesn't understand what is wrong with the animal and wants to play with it all the time.
When she explained he couldn't have the sheep anymore, he demanded a reason from her.
"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," she said.
Cox also revealed she told Alfie the hole in the sheep's bottom was for his toilet paper and nothing else.
Cox has now worked out a plan to secretly dispose of the sexy sheep.
She is planing on telling the five-year-old the 'Elf of the Shelf' took it.
Image: Getty Images/Amazon.
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