A man who discovered that his dog had ripped open a parcel meant for his female neighbour was stunned to see what was contained in the torn parcel.
The man, Lee Edwards, 36, had received the parcel on behalf of his neighbour, a woman in her 40s. He kept the parcel behind his door and left for the day. What he saw when he returned home stunned him.
When Edwards returned home he discovered his dog had torn the parcel apart and could not believe what he saw – a six-inch pink sex toy lying beside his dog. He recorded the entire episode.
Edwards and partner Jenna Crozier, 34, took the package in for a neighbour and thought it was safe tucked behind the door. But when they returned home they found their black Labrador pup Bonnie playing with something very unexpected.
Bonnie thought it was just a normal toy
A mortified Jenna put the offending item in a bag and it was collected by the red-faced neighbour later that day, report’s Metro UK.
Dog trainer Lee, from Wigan, Greater Manchester, said: ‘I came downstairs and at first I thought it was a training toy. I train dogs for a living and we do have toys that are similar. ‘Then I thought it might have been Jenna’s and was thinking “why has she bought that?” ‘It was just lying there on the floor then I saw what had happened to the box. ‘I didn’t want to touch it and didn’t want the neighbour to think I’d touched it so I cordoned it off like a crime scene. ‘It’s embarrassing but you can see the funny side of it.’
The dad-of-two filmed his dog lying next to the toy wagging her tail and surrounded by pieces of ripped up cardboard. Jenna said: ‘The postman delivered it here and I’d hidden it behind the door and thought nothing of it. ‘When I saw what it was I thought it was so funny – of all the parcels she could have got hold of it had to be the most secret thing you could have. ‘Bonnie had it in her gob and was walking around with it. She played with it for about an hour.
‘It was a pink Ann Summers toy, it wasn’t a huge one just a standard size.’ She added: ‘The neighbour ended up coming round, I don’t know her but I’d say she’s in her late forties. I apologised and told her the dog had got hold of it.
‘She gave us a look. She knew what it was and then she ran off to her car. ‘I’ve not seen her since. I don’t want to, I feel awful.’
Source: Metro UK