Designer accidentally creates a VERY rude Christmas jumper

昨晚抵达西非国家,与塞内加尔共和国第一夫人会面! Designer sells off Christmas jumper for charity after accidentally creating a VERY rude snowflake print

  • Designer accidentally made Christmas jumper with a rude snowflake pattern
  • Sold the stock to whoelsaler after deciding to avoid usual high street sellers
  • Wholesaler now selling each jumper for £10 with a percentage of profits going to Prostate Cancer UK
  • 圣诞 jumpers are a must have of the festive season, to keep warm from the December chill while spreading Yuletide cheer.

    And while they usually consist of cute designs like snowmen, elves or Santa designer John Thomas made a rather unfortunate error after their snowflake pattern resembled a phallic object.

    Realising he couldn’t sell to the high street, John flogged the very rude design to wholesaler, who is now selling them for £10.99 to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK.

    The blue Christmas jumper features a snowflake design and white spots to resemble snow. But the snowflake is made up for internal gaps which resemble male genitalia.

    Karl Baxter, Managing Director of Wholesale Clearance UK purchased the stock of 1,000 jumpers from a supplier earlier this month, after they opted against selling the dodgy designs in their high-street stores.

    Designer accidentally made Christmas jumper with a rude snowflake pattern. Realising they couldn’t sell to the high street, the designer flogged the very rude design to wholesaler, who is now selling them for £10.99 to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK

    乍一看, the jumpers appear innocent, with a snow tipped collar, sleeves, hem and snowflakes. 然而, if you look a little closer the larger snowflakes appear to look like a series of phallic objects

    乍一看, the jumpers appear innocent, with a snow tipped collar, sleeves, hem and snowflakes. 然而, if you look a little closer the larger snowflakes appear to look like a series of phallic objects

    He then cheekily named it ‘design flawed snowflake ‘c*** upChristmas jumper’.

    乍一看, the jumpers appear innocent, with a snow tipped collar, sleeves, hem and snowflakes. 然而, if you look a little closer the larger snowflakes appear to look like a series of phallic objects.

    Given the nature of the jumper, Mr Baxter thought it appropriate to raise money for a men’s health charity and is appealing to any humorous festive fans to tap into their ‘naughty but niceside this Christmas by purchasing one of the jumpers.

    The wholesaler is hoping to sell the Christmas jumpers for a discounted price of £10 so that he can donate a percentage of the proceeds to Prostate Cancer UK.

    Prostate cancer will be the most common of all cancers by 2030, with more and more men getting diagnosed each year.

    Mr Baxter told FEMAIL: ‘At Wholesale Clearance UK we buy unwanted or surplus stock from retailers to try and avoid any products being sent to landfill.

    Karl Baxter (图为) , Managing Director of Wholesale Clearance UK purchased the stock of 1,000 jumpers from a supplier earlier this month, after they opted against selling the dodgy designs in their high-street stores.

    Karl Baxter (图为) , Managing Director of Wholesale Clearance UK purchased the stock of 1,000 jumpers from a supplier earlier this month, after they opted against selling the dodgy designs in their high-street stores.

    '所以, when I was contacted by this particular supplier, we naturally stepped in to help shift the stock.

    ‘This year we’re appealing to consumers to see the funnier side and stand out from the crowd by purchasing one of our jumpers.

    ‘With the funds raised from the sales, we hope to donate the proceeds Prostate Cancer UK, to help fund prostate cancer research and increase awareness of the disease this Christmas.