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Myer causes a stir with a VERY controversial collection of tea towels

“I don’t know if I should laugh or cry”: Myer causes a stir by selling a VERY controversial collection of tea towels

  • The tea towel is part of the La La Land Wild Fur You Australian range that is sold at Myer
  • The tea towel, which is for sale for $ 19.95, contains animals that appear to be fornication
  • Some social media users loved it, while others laughed

Myer caused a stir after the release of a controversial assortment of tea towels with animals that seemed to have sex.

The tea towel is part of the La La Land Wild Fur You Australian range that is sold in Myer stores across the country and online and online.

The tea towel, which is for sale for $ 19.95, features animals such as wombats, emus, and kangaroos that seem to be fornicating.

The tea towel is part of the La La Land Wild Fur You Australian range that is sold in Myer stores across the country and online and online

The tea towel is part of the La La Land Wild Fur You Australian range that is sold in Myer stores across the country and online and online

The design can also be seen on mugs, bags and wallets.

“Washing your dishes has just become a lot more steamy,” is the product description.

An image of the tea towel was shared on Facebook, with one person asking if someone else had seen the product in stores.

Some social media users said the brutal design was great to see after billions of animals were wiped out during the horror bushfire season.

“I don’t know if I should laugh, cry or be shocked,” one person said.

Another said it would be a perfect gift for people abroad.

The tea towel, which is for sale for $ 19.95, contains animals such as wombats, emus and kangaroos that seem to be sobering

The tea towel, which is for sale for $ 19.95, contains animals such as wombats, emus and kangaroos that seem to be sobering

Some social media users said it was great to see the deaths of so many wildlife during the horror bushfire season

Some social media users said it was great to see the deaths of so many wildlife during the horror bushfire season

The tea towel, which is for sale for $ 19.95, contains animals such as wombats, emus and kangaroos that seem to be sobering

The print was already sold on bags in 2018, which prompted similar reactions.

“Well, I’ll … it’s a bag,” a person said at the time.

“Use mine today! You’re welcome, everyone gets a giggle, “another said.

The print was designed by Lilly Perrott.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Myer for comments.

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