Motivational message awkwardly placed in Tesco toilet leaves people in stitches
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Tesco shoppers were left in stitches over an awkwardly placed motivational message in one of the supermarket's toilets.
A Reddit user left people giggling after they revealed its unfortunate placement.
Tesco had put up signs in its shops with messages such as "Together we can do this," to support and unite customers during the coronavirus pandemic.
However, we're not quite sure they should have been placed in the toilets.
A Reddit user posted a photo from their local Tesco toilets where that very sign was placed right next to a urinal – not somewhere customers usually want shop assistance.
They captioned it: "Nah, I got this one all by myself thanks Tesco".
The hilarious snap has gone viral on social media, with many sharing hilarious replies.
One person joked: "Would you like help with your package?"
While another added: "Ok, but only three shakes please; any more and I’d need to know your name first."
A third chimed in: "If you’re pee shy, this is the perfect motivation."
The photo comes after Tesco hit headlines for a far less amusing reason earlier this week.
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Shoppers of Tesco took to social media to complain after they were asked to give a £99 pre-authorisation fee before getting fuel out.
The supermarket, as well as other stores like Sainsbury's and Asda, have introduced larger pre-authorisation fees on the advice of Visa and Mastercard.
Pre-authorisation charges, which aren't taken from accounts unless you spend that much at the pump, have jumped from £1 to a staggering £99 instead.
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