WHEN you’re telling your kids a bedtime story, the last thing you expect to see is an explicit cartoon.
And one mum-of-three couldn’t believe her eyes when she saw a very cheeky visual in popular children’s book The Smartest Giant in Town.
Stacey Brown noticed the rude detail when she was reading the Julia Donaldson story to her children, reported the Manchester Evening News.
“Trying to muffle the giggles as I read on”, she said when she shared her post in Facebook group Family Lockdown Tips and Ideas.
The image of a giant’s foot, covered only by a sock, caught her attention when she realised it looked very similar to something else.
Thousands of others agreed that the picture looked just like something cheeky, and the post went viral.
She joked that the kids’ book could really be “the dirtiest giant in town”.
Commenters thought the post was totally hilarious.
"Omg!!!! Penis Foot!!! I used to read this book to my kids”, said one stunned commenter.
Another said that the x-rated observation had forever changed how they would see the book.
"I can never unsee this! It’s my son’s favourite Julia Donaldson book as well”, they wrote.
"And that's how giants are made…", one woman joked.
Another commenter said that she’d noticed it before.
She wrote: "I noticed that and thought how could this be legal!!"
Some, however, thought there was nothing to see in the post.
One commenter wrote: “You people have been in lockdown too long. Just looks like a sock to me."
Stacey said she was “hugely surprised” by the popularity of her post.
She joked: "I thought it was just me and my dirty mind.”
“I'm so glad it raised a lot of laughter though. People will never look at it the same again", she summarised.
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