Amused shopper stumbles across this very prickly cactus at Bunnings Warehouse
- Mum Shannon stumbled across an inappropriate cactus at Bunnings Warehouse
- The plant mimicked the shape of male genitalia which she thought was hilarious
- After sharing a photo of the cactus online, others also thought it was very funny
An Australian mum has left the internet in stitches after sharing a photo of a cactus from Bunnings Warehouse with a strong resemblance to male genitalia.
Shannon spotted the X-rated plant while in store and decided to share it among the other members of the Bunnings Mums Australia Facebook group.
‘Couldn’t help but laugh at this cactus I saw in Bunnings,’ she said online.
An Australian mum has left the internet in stitches after sharing a photo of a cactus from Bunnings Warehouse that mimicked the shape of male genitalia (pictured)
The plant shaped like a penis caught the attention of thousands of other social media users part of the Facebook group and was ‘liked’ more than 1,600 times.
‘Every time I see one like this at the markets, I can’t help myself but laugh! Everyone has an inner child,’ one person said.
‘I hope you bought it for someone you know will get a laugh,’ another said, and a third added: ‘Now that’s a cactus.’
Unfortunately Shannon didn’t purchase the cactus and said she regrets not picking it up.
Bunnings is known to sell a range of fantastic plants suitable to keep indoors, with popular options including the zebra and spider plant.
The plant shaped like a sex organ caught the attention of thousands of other social media users part of the Facebook group (stock image)
Earlier this month another shopper revealed the ‘best’ time to shop at Bunnings in order to score great deals.
Megan, from New South Wales, shared her ‘secret’ to the same Facebook group and said the best time to visit the hardware store is on a Friday night.
‘My hubby was at home after a big week, so I took myself off to Bunnings on a Friday night – empty aisles, loads of relaxed and chatty shop assistants, loads of stock being put out for the busy weekend,’ she said.
Megan said shopping in the evening was ‘the best’ as she was able to shop at her leisure and there were no queues for the checkouts.
There was also plenty of stock and good deals available ahead of a busy weekend period for Bunnings.
After making her discovery, Megan recommended the time to others, who were similarly enthusiastic about visiting on a Friday evening.