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A mum was left in hysterics after she noticed that her toddler's pyjamas had a rude design on them.
Anna Armstrong picked up a two-pack of pyjamas from Sainsbury's clothing range Tu in the sale for £4.
Both sets, a yellow and a blue one, featured a cute lion design, which Anna thought would look adorable on her son Raphael, reports Daily Star.
However, it was only when she went to get the six-month-old dressed that she noticed the supermarket's blunder – the lion showed something far ruder.
Anna said: "I got him dressed and was mortified to see a phallic space straight away. I sent the pics to my fiancé, we found it hysterical.
It looked a little X-rated
(Image: Anna Armstrong)
She couldn't believe it
(Image: Anna Armstrong)
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"Is it just our dirty minds or are the designers at TU for Sainsbury's having a laugh?"
She added: "No wonder they were in the sale! My friend bought the same outfit and didn't notice until her husband pointed it out.
"Now there are so many babies out there in these naughty pyjamas. I find it absolutely hilarious."
Finding the funny side of the blunder, Anna shared a snap of the outfit to Facebook.
She wrote: "Has anyone else got this outfit from Sainsbury's for their little one?"
The mum explained that she hadn't noticed the rude design until she got him dressed that morning, "but now I can see why it was in the sale," she joked.
But despite the blunder, the outfit appears to be a hit with parents as the set, which has five-star reviews, is currently out of stock on the website.
One person left the comment: "Ahhhh, the blue top really made me chuckle, thanks for the laugh Sainsbury's!"
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