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Hooks and eyes are back! famous sausages hiss within WEEKS

Hooks and eyes are back! Bunnings announce that their famous sausage sizzles are returning within WEEKS

  • Bunnings Warehouse plans to bring back their sausages this month
  • Currently, there are only plans to bring the iconic sizzles to Western Australia
  • Sausage sizzles were interrupted on March 18 at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic

Hardware store Bunnings Warehouse was able to hiss their iconic sausage within weeks of being knocked out amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The sausage sizzles, which are run by sports organizations and charities, will come back ‘within weeks’ as the company partners with governments for their return.

Bunnings sausage sizzles were interrupted on March 18 at the level of the coronavirus pandemic in Australia.

Hardware store Bunnings Warehouse was able to hiss back their iconic sausage within weeks of being knocked out amid the coronavirus pandemic

Hardware store Bunnings Warehouse was able to hiss back their iconic sausage within weeks of being knocked out amid the coronavirus pandemic

The sausage sizzles, which are run by sports organizations and charities, will come back 'within weeks' as the company partners with governments for their return

The sausage sizzles, which are run by sports organizations and charities, will come back 'within weeks' as the company partners with governments for their return

The sausage sizzles, which are run by sports organizations and charities, will come back ‘within weeks’ as the company partners with governments for their return

They will not be returning to Western Australia until the end of the month.

Deb Poole, Bunnings chief operating officer, said Western Australian she understands that the public has missed the sausages.

She said the organization is working on a careful plan to return them in accordance with coronavirus rules.

“We are consulting with governments and our charity partners to ensure that we return them in a way that is safe for everyone,” she said.

“We hope to have them back in service in WA by the end of the month, pending the final checks and consultations.”

Campbell Pudney, of Wanneroo Sports and Social Club, said his organization was booked to host a sausage on August 1.

He told the 6PR breakfast that it doesn’t mean much to the public, but it makes a huge difference to local sports clubs.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Bunnings for comment.

Bunnings sausage sizzles were interrupted on March 18 at the level of the coronavirus pandemic in Australia

Bunnings sausage sizzles were interrupted on March 18 at the level of the coronavirus pandemic in Australia

Bunnings sausage sizzles were interrupted on March 18 at the level of the coronavirus pandemic in Australia

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