A TK Maxx shopper has slammed the American department store after spotting a saucy Xmas product on the shelves. She took to Facebook, warning others, calling it ‘vile’ and a ‘mockery to Xmas’.
The shopper has been left ‘disgusted’ after spotting the product on the shelves of the popular department store’s Fort Kinnaird branch.
She believes children should not have to see such things, especially so near Xmas.
Writing on a Facebook group she said: “Totally disgusted TK Maxx are selling this. I mean it’s clearly a big penis made to look like Santa.
“And to add insult to injury there’s an angel rubbing him from behind! And that cheeky little smile on Santa’s face.He’s clearly enjoying himself! It’s an absolute disgrace!
“TK Sexx not TK Maxx. I’ll not be back!”
“Any advice on how to complain as a consumer or get a petition or something to have it removed from shelves?
“We should not have to see products like this on display in our department stores.
“We should not have to listen to our children ask questions like ‘Mummy why does Santa look like my pee-pee?’ and ‘Mummy, why is that woman rubbing that big pee-pee, is it sick?’
“Come on. This is absolutely vile! Any Christians amongst us or even people with common sense?”
“And if that isn’t bad enough, they have a sign for sale saying ‘Mefry Christmos! I mean these heathens are clearly taking the absolute P.I.S.S.!
Some people did see the funny side and replied to her Facebook post.
“🎶Santa Clause is cumming 🎶 Santa Clause is cumming 🎶 🤣” said one joker.
“Santa better not cum down my chimney this year! 🎅🏻💦 ” commented another joker.
“‘Repent or else I will come unto thee quickly’ Santa 2:16 😂” japed another.
We tried approaching TK Maxx for comment but have they have yet to respond. They’re probably busy pulling Santa off. The shelves.
Did you see the items pictured above on your Xmas shop around TK Maxx? Did they cause offence? Leave a comment below or send a tweet with #onlyinedinburgh
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