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Philly Catholic school accidentally sells roses with THONGS in them to its students for Mother’s Day


A private Catholic elementary school is apologizing after it accidentally sold roses with thongs in them to its young students for Mother’s Day.

St. Anselm School, which is located in the Parkwood area of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and charges up to $4,950 per year in tuition, held a sale in honor of Mother’s Day last week – offering its pupils faux flowers that they could purchase for their moms.

However, to the institution’s horror, which hosts grades pre-K through eighth, the fake red roses that they sold actually contained sexy lingerie in them.

One mother, named Rachel Tremblay, received the gift from her young daughter and took a video of her and her husband discovering the kinky underwear inside.

A Philly Catholic school is apologizing after it accidentally sold roses with thongs in them to its students for Mother’s Day 

St. Anselm School (pictured), located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania held a sale in honor of Mother's Day, offering its pupils faux flowers that they could purchase for their moms

St. Anselm School (pictured), located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania held a sale in honor of Mother’s Day, offering its pupils faux flowers that they could purchase for their moms

However, to the institution's horror, which hosts grades pre-K through eighth, the fake red roses that they sold actually contained sexy lingerie in them

However, to the institution's horror, which hosts grades pre-K through eighth, the fake red roses that they sold actually contained sexy lingerie in them

However, to the institution’s horror, which hosts grades pre-K through eighth, the fake red roses that they sold actually contained sexy lingerie in them

It was posted on Facebook where it has since gone viral, leaving many people on the internet in shambles

One mother, named Rachel Tremblay, received the gift from her young daughter and took a video of her and her husband discovering the kinky underwear inside

It has since gone viral, leaving many people on the internet in shambles.

‘Open it,’ she could be heard saying to her husband, as he slowly pulled the red, lacy undergarment out from the center of the rose.

‘Oh my God, I see it already,’ he exclaimed. ‘That’s hilarious.’

‘Thank you St. Anselm’s,’ joked Rachel.

The clip was shared to Facebook, where it has since received more than 212,000 views.

And many people quickly flooded the comment section with their reactions to the hilarious mishap.

It was posted on Facebook where it has since gone viral, leaving many people on the internet in shambles

It was posted on Facebook where it has since gone viral, leaving many people on the internet in shambles

'Open it,' she could be heard saying to her husband, as he slowly pulled the red, lacy undergarment out from the center of the rose

'Open it,' she could be heard saying to her husband, as he slowly pulled the red, lacy undergarment out from the center of the rose

‘Open it,’ she could be heard saying to her husband, as he slowly pulled the red, lacy undergarment out from the center of the rose

Many people quickly flooded the comment section with their reactions to the hilarious mishap.

Many people quickly flooded the comment section with their reactions to the hilarious mishap.

‘I’m so mad my daughter didn’t get me one,’ joked one viewer. ‘I ended up with a rock painted like a ladybug. How inconsiderate of her.’

‘Things sure have changed since I went there,’ said someone else.

Another person added, ‘I think this goes against all of their teachings lol.’

‘Guess dads will get banana hammocks for Father’s Day,’ wrote a different user. ‘School seems more interesting since I graduate in ’91.’

‘Hilarious!’ read a fifth comment. ‘The school must have been mortified.’

‘Made my day,’ said another person. ‘Hysterical.’

Another added, ‘Wow, someone messed up big time!’ 

'Thank you St. Anselm's,' joked Rachel, while her husband added, 'Oh my God, that's hilarious'

'Thank you St. Anselm's,' joked Rachel, while her husband added, 'Oh my God, that's hilarious'

‘Thank you St. Anselm’s,’ joked Rachel, while her husband added, ‘Oh my God, that’s hilarious’

The school responded to the Mother’s Day mix-up, writing in an email, 'It has come to our attention that the roses sold at our Mother’s Day sale were not the flowers originally intended'

The school responded to the Mother’s Day mix-up, writing in an email, ‘It has come to our attention that the roses sold at our Mother’s Day sale were not the flowers originally intended’

It said it was going to 'determine how the error occurred' and 'take steps to prevent a further recurrence'

It said it was going to ‘determine how the error occurred’ and ‘take steps to prevent a further recurrence’

A spokesperson called it 'an unfortunate mistake,' adding that the school 'apologizes deeply' for any 'embarrassment and discomfort that was caused'

A spokesperson called it ‘an unfortunate mistake,’ adding that the school ‘apologizes deeply’ for any ’embarrassment and discomfort that was caused’

The school has since responded to the Mother’s Day mix-up, writing in an email to parents, which was obtained by 3 CBS Philly, ‘It has come to our attention that the roses sold at our Mother’s Day plant sale were not the single faux flowers originally intended. 

‘Instead, the item was a Valentine’s Day gift intended for adults. The administration will determine how the error occurred and take steps to prevent a further recurrence.’

Ken Gavin, a spokesperson from church governance Archdiocese, which runs the school, called it ‘an unfortunate mistake’ in a statement to Newsweek, adding that Archdiocese ‘apologizes deeply.’

‘There is no evidence that these were intentionally made available,’ he said. 

‘We sincerely regret any embarrassment and discomfort that was caused and wish all mothers in the community a Happy and Blessed Mother’s Day with hearts full of gratitude.’



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