Mum can’t stop laughing as £1 mug she found in charity shop looks very X-rated

A pharmacy worker couldn’t stop giggling after spotting a phallic mug in her local charity shop.

Hayley Baldwin was instantly drawn to the £1 cup that features a rude-looking handle.

She stumbled across it in the Blue Cross charity shop in Trowbridge as she was shopping for tableware with her daughter at the weekend.

The 55-year-old said: "I was in Trowbridge on Saturday with my daughter.

"I collect a certain type of post war tableware so I always like to check the charity shops.

"I pointed it out to my daughter, who is 13, and we had a giggle and she said 'buy it, buy it, buy it'…so I did.”

Hayley admitted: "It's terrible to drink out of because the handle is hollow and when it's full of tea it's too hot to pick up… no use nor ornament."

She also snapped a picture of the X-rated mug and shared it in a Facebook group, where people found it equally as amusing.

The image was captioned: "Blue Cross. Trowbridge. £1. And yes, of course it came home with me."

Hayley’s post now holds over 800 likes with more than 200 comments from users who joked in their responses.

One user wrote: "I think I will get this to use for my coffee when I'm on Zoom calls."

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Another joked: "I had one of these but the handle kept shrinking when it was cold."

A third laughed: "Ensures no one borrows it at work either."

Another user commented: "In for a penny, in for a pounding."

And another cheekily added: ”Teabag time!"

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