A bloke was left red-faced after a cheeky parcel supposedly containing “used women’s underwear” was delivered to his family home.
Cammy Rutherford, from Dundee, was on holiday when the x-rated package arrived – sparking a message from a very bemused mum.
The 20-year-old was sent a picture of the package which was supposedly from a website dubbed sniffpanties.co.uk.
And the box claimed to contain “genuine used panties from genuine women”, the Daily Record reports.
The packaging told how it was “sealed for freshness” and the underwear had been “worn for at least 48hrs”.
Cammy was quick not to get his knickers in a twist and was relieved to discover the parcel was a prank.
It contained a note reading: “Hope you see the funny side. From anon.”
Mr Rutherford spent the next few days probing which prankster had sent him the parcel.
After initially staying quiet, his 27-year-old brother Michael eventually fessed up.
Cammy said: “I had texted my brother yesterday saying I just wanted to find out who had sent it. And he finally admitted it was him. But he kept it quiet for ages.
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“We do play pranks on each other often but nothing like this. I’ll 100% be getting my own back on him for this but I just need to think what I’m going to do.
“I was actually on holiday when it arrived on Friday. My mum texted me saying that I had a parcel and sent me a photo of it.
“She just asked me what I had been up to. I asked her what was in it and she just said probably used pants.
“It wasn’t the greatest. She understands it was a joke now though.”
He added: “There was nothing inside the parcel, there was just a wee note inside saying sorry there’s no pants and the person who sent it had wanted to play a prank on me.
“The company had sent a voice text to our landline phone a few weeks ago.
“My mum got a voice text on the house phone saying ‘thank you Cameron for your payment at Sniff Panties’.
“So I thought something may be coming after that but hoped the voice text was just the whole joke.”
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