Book On Sex Positions Given To Primary Students In UK
Children on a primary school trip in the UK were apparently given a book containing pictures of sex positions as a going home gift.
The book called 'How To Change The World For A Fiver' was mistakenly given to pupils, aged eight and nine, after a field trip.
The children, from Burton End primary, were surprised to read advice such as have a bath with a friend to "save water, have fun" and "just get out before everything becomes wrinkled."
Other suggestions in the $10 book included encouraging readers to shave in intimate places, streak, talk to strangers and hand out your phone number to five people on the street.
The blunder came to light only when a father heard his daughter giggling with friends as they flicked through the pages.
Andrew Dodd whose daughter Laura is eight, said: "I was furious. It was extremely inappropriate and irresponsible to give to children. The teachers were as horrified as we were when they saw it. Laura thought it was funny but thankfully she didn't really understand it."
A Sainsbury's spokesman called it a "well-intentioned mistake": "It is a very nice book about how to make the world a better place but it is not targeted at children. The cover looks like a kid's book. This was a mix-up and we would like to apologise for any distress caused. It certainly won't happen again."
Click Here To Hit The Homepage For The Latest
To See Latest Additions