Man turned red after accidentally posing for a bondage prayer ad that went viral on Facebook

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She’s going into the stock! Man blushes after his sister tricked him into posing for a bondage prayer ad that has gone viral on Facebook

  • John Lower, 39, of Wallasey, Merseyside, agreed to build a £700 ‘stocks’ bed
  • Sister-in-law took pictures of him for advertising, but he sees ‘funny side’
  • They are inundated with offers from all over the UK and even France and Spain

A man has been left red-faced after he accidentally posed for a bondage prayer ad that went viral on Facebook.

John Lower, 39, from Wallasey, Merseyside, agreed to put together the £700 ‘stocks’ bed in the garden for his sister-in-law, Tracy McLaughlin, 53, so she could place an ad to sell it online on behalf of her son Marc, 33.

The style of the bed, which resembles a medieval stock, is available from conventional retailers, but can of course appeal to those with a racier taste in the bedroom.

A man was left with a red face after he accidentally posed for a bondage prayer ad that went viral on Facebook

John Lower, 39, from Wallasey, Merseyside, agreed to build the £700 'stocks' bed in the garden for his sister-in-law, Tracy McLaughlin, 53 (pictured together)

John Lower, 39, from Wallasey, Merseyside, agreed to build the £700 ‘stocks’ bed in the garden for his sister-in-law, Tracy McLaughlin, 53 (pictured together)

After tempting John into being locked in a compromising position, Tracy snatched a few photos and used them to advertise all the bed’s amenities.

The post quickly went viral, garnering thousands of shares, with Tracy receiving calls from interested buyers around the world.

John, a machine technician, who has been labeled “the deviant” by his colleges, said he didn’t even know he was posing for a photo.

He said, ‘I was helping to build the bed and stupidly thought I was going to have a laugh, but then they locked me up.

Tracy, a caretaker, decided to sell the bed her son had bought for £1,850 because they couldn't find anywhere to keep it.

Tracy, a caretaker, decided to sell the bed her son had bought for £1,850 because they couldn’t find anywhere to keep it.

“I didn’t even know the photos had been taken until they were all over Facebook.

‘At first I was mortified, people came up to me at work and said everything. I now have a new nickname, they all call me “the deviant”.’

But John hasn’t taken the situation too seriously, adding that he’s always been able to “laugh at himself” and see “the funny side.”

Tracy, a caretaker, decided to sell the bed, which her son had originally bought for £1850, as they could not find anywhere to keep it.

Since the mail went on the air four days ago, the family has been inundated with calls from interested buyers.

John, a machine technician, who has been labeled

John, a machine technician, who has been labeled “the deviant” by his colleges, said he didn’t even know he was posing for a photo

She’s even gotten offers from people in France and Spain, and someone in Bristol even asked to deliver the bed.

Tracy said she thinks people were “shocked” when they saw the bed online, but said it was “just like selling any other piece of furniture.”

She added: “We are a very open family, but I have explained to my friends that it is not my bed.

“We’ve all been terrified of laughter since it went viral. John is quite gullible, bless him, but he’s definitely seen the funny side.”

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