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A woman was shocked at this 'inappropriate detail' on her daughter's cake

Is she right, or does she just have a dirty mind?

THIS FILTH! WILL somebody please think of the children?

Mother of three Sharon Green ordered a cake from Occasion Cakes in Wigan for her daughter’s christening earlier this month.

Upon collecting the cake, she was “shocked” to discover a ‘crease’ on the lower half of both the bears’ torsos which she claims looks like a vagina.

Hundreds of fantastic cakes being made at ... Sample cake featuring the controversial crease Source: Occasion Cakes

Green demanded a refund from Occasion Cakes, telling the Bolton News:

This was not the cake I ordered – the display model definitely didn’t have a crease on it. It’s not just me who thought this, it was a talking point at the christening – everyone was commenting on it.

teddycrease Source: Facebook/Occasion Cakes

A spokesperson for the bakery said that no other customer has ever made that “bizarre and distasteful” connection to female genitalia:

The small bear on top of the cake is exactly that – a teddy bear – and the crease on its stomach is supposed to represent the seam where the bear is sewn together.

They said that a member of staff gave her edible flowers to cover up the ‘creases’, but Green still demanded they refund her the £60 she paid for the cake.

Over to you – do you see where she’s coming from? Or is she blowing things out of proportion?

Poll Results:

Everyone needs to calm down. (3916)
I can kind of see it. But it's funny! (1453)
It's shocking and inappropriate. I am appalled! (156)

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