Saucy Cucumber Signs Found In Tesco Are Pretty Risqué

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Anyone stuck for a Valentine’s gift? Tesco’s knows what he/she wants pic.twitter.com/LjHgcKqj1Y

— TUFAC (@TUFAC4) February 10, 2020

@Tesco I am struggling to find recipes for things to cook which contain cucumber to back up your claim that these are ideal for Valentine’s Day, can you please help? pic.twitter.com/k5ZKTJXeCq

—  Gary Freemantle (@Gary_Freemantle) February 11, 2020

One customer told Bristol Live they’d spotted an extra risqué version of the cucumber poster in their local store.

“Valentine’s Day special sale: if in doubt come explore a wide range of cucumbers for your loved ones for just 20p!” the poster reads.

A Tesco spokesperson, however, told Bristol Live the cheeky sign has nothing to do with them. “This is not one of our posters, but we do have a wide range of more conventional Valentine’s gifts to choose from, including chocolates and flowers,” they said.

HuffPost UK has contacted Tesco to find out what’s going on, but we’re hoping it’s the case of some maverick employees recycling old signs from 2016. Back then, Tesco hit headlines for labelling cucumbers and whipped cream “ideal for Valentine’s” in some of its stores.

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Source:: The Huffington Post – UK Tec

      

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