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Oz Firm Launches Women’s Underwear For Men

From the UK’s Metro News:

Lingerie firm launches women’s underwear for men

27 April 2013

If you’re a man and have ever wanted to dress in women’s lingerie a firm has come up with the perfect product for you.

HommeMystere are hoping their new range of lingerie for males, which includes thongs and padded bras, will change the landscape of men’s underwear.

There doesn’t seem to be too much mystery here.

The Australian firm said their under garments include ‘comfortable men’s panties that really do fit, bra straps that don’t fall off the shoulder, teddies that don’t ride up halfway through the night and quality soft fabrics that feel great for all day wear’.

The label already has a UK seller so men this side of the world can look forward to more ‘enjoyable’ pants.

And the company are keen to stress the garments are not just for gay men.

They added: ‘We provide our lingerie for guys. We are not concerned if you are gay, straight, vegetarian, republican, anglican, martian or any other persuasion. We just design and manufacture attractive luxury underwear for men.’

How broad minded of them. By the way, Metro News (not Metro Sexual News) published this story under the category "weird." They had better hope they don’t get sued.

And here is another item of interest from Metro News:

Supermarket withdraws nuts from shelves because labelling doesn’t state they contain nuts

27 April 2013

A supermarket chain has made the surprising decision to withdraw a range of nuts because they were incorrectly labelled and didn’t state they may contain peanuts.

Booths removed Whole Hearted Roasted Monkey Nuts from its shelves because of the packaging.

To be fair, some customers might have thought they were actually buying monkey nuts. Imagine their disappointment.

The company’s technical manager Mr Waheed Hassan [sic], who alerted the Food Standards Agency, said: ‘It is our responsibility as retailers to accurately record allergy advice, and in this instance we felt a responsibility to recall the product and issue a notice to our customers who might suffer from a specific peanut allergy.’

A FSA spokeswoman added:’ The packaging does not state that the product contains peanuts, which is a specific allergen that’s listed in legislation.

‘Without the correct information on the packaging, people with an allergy to peanuts who might not know or make the connection between peanuts and monkey nuts, for example children, might eat the product and experience an adverse reaction.’

Customers who bought the product are being advised not to consume it if they are allergic to nuts.

You see? You can’t be too careful. A lot of people don’t think they are allergic to monkey nuts.

This article was posted by Steve Gilbert on Monday, April 29th, 2013. Comments are currently closed.

2 Responses to “Oz Firm Launches Women’s Underwear For Men”

  1. First two hundred Orders shipped to 430 South Capitol St. SE Washington, DC 20003

    (Google it)

  2. canary

    They should be more concerned what country grew the dam nuts.

    Planters growing nuts in Africa where the water is bad and Al-Qaeda bombing Kenya now.

    And they change all the time. A company can buy the same thing from different countries. I guess which ever impoverished country offers the best deal of the day.

    Never have we imported more everything from other countries than ever in US History.

    F the FDA


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