Natalie Douglas bought a Simpsons compilation DVD at a charity store, but when she got home she was glad she checked the package before giving it to her toddler
A woman was shocked after buying a Simpsons DVD from a charity shop – because when she opened it at home she found it contained a very indecent film.
Natalie Douglas thought she was going to get a copy of The Simpsons Christmas Two and thought it would be ideal for her two-year-old.
When she got home, she opened the case and was shocked to see that the wrong disk was inside, and it wasn’t an animated comedy at all.
Inside was a disc titled ‘Extreme A**l Two’ and now Natalie is glad she checked it before handing the suitcase to her child.
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Natalie shared the mix-up on the Family Lowdown Tips and Ideas Facebook page, adding: “I bought this from a charity shop for my almost two year old then I opened it up!”
Soon the post had over 13,000 likes and Natalie was inundated with thousands of comments.
One user said, “Probably a good job, your kid needs help loading a DVD.”
And another wrote: “Oh my god! I literally can’t stop laughing.
Then a third added: “There’s a teenager everywhere here.
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“That’s shocking!” Added fourth user. “I can’t quite believe it… you were going to see a Christmas movie in May?!”
But it didn’t come as much of a surprise to others, as one said: “We once picked out a Harry Potter hardcover book in the charity shop, flipped through it and it had a secret stash, cut in the middle, the pages big enough to hide a pack of cigarettes.”
And another added: “I’ve had this before. I got loads of free DVDs. One was an action movie and had an old school porn DVD. I think he hid them from his wife.”
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