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Husband Asks Company To Hide Car Parts From Wife So They Put Them In Sex Toy Packaging

Husband Asks Company To Hide Car Parts From Wife So They Put Them In Sex Toy Packaging

The man was desperate for his wife not to find out how much money he'd spent on car parts

Rebecca Shepherd

Rebecca Shepherd

A company selling car parts has revealed how they helped a customer hide his latest order from his wife by making it look like the package contained male sex toys instead.

GizFab explained how their customer said he would 'rather come out of the closet' than let his wife know he had spent more money on parts.

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As a result, the business in Skegness, Lincolnshire, decided to help cover their customer's tracks with a very X-rated disguise.

The company shared images showing the order plastered with explicit images of male sex toys. On the side of the parcel and on the front are two stickers that read: "Contents - male massager."

They also sent an invoice for the order which claims the package contains a 'f***ing huge dildo'. Bet the wife wouldn't have a clue.

Eden Young.
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The customer, who lives in the United States of America, then posted his own photo posing with the parcel which arrived yesterday. Well, there's a giveaway if nothing else...

GizFab's owner, Eden Young, took to Facebook to share the hilarious cover up on Sunday (29 October).

The 30-year-old posted the images and said: "Another customer contacted us and insisted under no circumstances could the wife know about new car parts arriving. He said he would 'rather come out the closet' than have her know it's more car parts. We got you fam."

The recipient with the parcel.
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Eden's post has been shared more than 4,000 times with thousands of likes and comments. The gag has had social media users in stitches.

One person said: "Total weight - 13kg, some size of chopper," while another added: "Holy s*** I'm crying."

A third wrote: "Didn't think you could send dangerous weapons in the post. Great work fam."

Speaking today Eden said: "Its not a regular service. However, if someone was to ask, we would oblige. The two recent examples were sent to very good customers and friends of ours.

"And in the light of recent times a little prank like this makes people laugh at the other end. We posted the pictures under the guise of 'Wife can't know its car parts' as is our customer database.

"They understand the dilemma of buying hundreds of pounds worth of parts the wife doesn't know about. I chose those two toys because if my sexual orientation was different to what it currently is, I would certainly want those two in my arsenal of f*** toys."

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