Outraged parents have spoken of their disgust after children were given EXPLICIT anatomically shaped chocolates at a school's event.
Youngsters were handed the sexy sweets - which included a copulating candy couple, as well as penis, breast and buttock shaped confectionery - at the afternoon tea party at Woodberry Public School in Hunter Valley, Australia.
The treats were distributed in see-through bags, leaving parents recoiling in horror.
One mum, Cassandra Lacey, told the Herald Sun that she 'did a double take' when she saw chocolate willies and boobs in the bag she had been handed:
"Every single chocolate was to do with sex," she said adding: "This was in the school hall, on the school grounds and in school time."
It is thought the titillating treats were left over from an adults' only 'girls' night' fundraiser Woodberry had held for Mother's Day last year.
The school is reportedly having a meeting to discuss the bonbon boob, with a spokeswoman insisting it would not be 'swept under the carpet'.
A Department of Education and Communities spokesman said the school's administration had not been aware before the event that the sweets were explicit.
"The school says that the 'gifts' were prepared by parents, for parents, and the school had no knowledge of them until some of the mothers complained," the spokesman said.
Woodberry's Facebook page had bigged up the 'Mother's Day afternoon tea' and even requested kids' bring their GRANNIES!
"Mums, grandmas, aunties! You're invited to our Mother's Day afternoon tea," the entry read, going on to say: "Come have afternoon tea with your children, $2.50. Tea/coffee/scones and a present!"
One granny who went along said the naughty nibbles had left her 'absolutely disgusted':
"My nine-year-old grandson gave this zip-lock bag to me, put it in my lap and said to me, 'You've got a willy in there Nanny'."
"Then I had a three-year-old sit down next to me and she said, 'Hey, what's this?' She had this brown chocolate shaped like a penis and was about to eat the top off it.
"I told her she had better go and talk to her mother."
Obviously a terrible oversight on the part of the event organisers, but are you outraged or a little bit amused?