Asda shoppers have been left in stitches after spotting an awkwardly placed sexual health sign in store.
Often when you walk down the aisle with products for your bedroom drawer – or wallet – you'll usually find the likes of condoms and lube.
However, it appeared that this particular Asda store had something a little different in mind for those practising safe sex.
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And let's just say it will create a unforgettable moment between the sheets – for all the wrong reasons.
One eagled-eyed customer noticed that the placement of the sexual health sign had mistakenly been placed among the wrong products or vice-a-versa.
They took to Reddit and shared a picture of the signage stuck above rows of Deep Heat and various other pain busting creams.
But, maybe a pain relief back patch could be useful after a lengthy romping session…
Not something you'd want to use down below though, that's for sure!
"ASDA's trying to spice things up," the Brit joked on the Casual UK subreddit.
"My local ASDA manager seems to have got a brave sexual kink!"
Left giggling at the signage mishap, many people fled to the comments to poke fun at the situation.
One person chuckled: "Deep heat to get it up and deep freeze to keep it there."
Another user added: "This is a good time for some kinky people out there."
While a third voiced: "If anyone ever has an injury from an abductor machine in the gym, do not spray deep heat anywhere near your genitals.
"The pain was worse than kidney stones."
Someone else shared: "Let my wife rub deep heat on the balls as a dare.
"My god it hurt."
Meanwhile, a fifth mocked: "Oh yes the for old migraine trick."
According to medical advice surrounding topical heat rubs, you should not apply it near the eyes, mouth, nose, or genitals.
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