Tesco milk packaging leaves little to the imagination

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(Picture: Imgur/AndyBurdens) Once you see it, it will be all you see (Picture: Imgur/AndyBurdens)

A supermarket chain of the size of Tesco has to design a large amount of packaging for its in-house food and home products.

Sometimes, things will inevitably fall through the cracks as it did with this buttermilk packaging for its Irish branches.

Still, packaging that make its milk look like the produce of male genitalia is never particularly pleasant.

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A question now is, will Tesco introduce a new screening process for the grocery giant to stop such phallic imagery reaching our shelves?

Let us hope the buttermilk was not stocked at eye-level.

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