M&S Easter yoga bunny mocked online for its ‘suggestive’ position

- Picture of the M&S Yoga Bunny TRIANGLE NEWS 0203 176 5581 // contact@trianglenews.co.uk By Helena Kelly A SUGGESTIVE M&S easter egg has become a viral sensation after attracting a series of rather rude comments. The milk chocolate ?yoga bunny? egg is shaped like a small rabbit in the downward dog position. However, sharp-tongued tweeters were quick to call out the mischievous product. *TRIANGLE NEWS DOES NOT CLAIM ANY COPYRIGHT OR LICENSE IN THE ATTACHED MATERIAL. ANY DOWNLOADING FEES CHARGED BY TRIANGLE NEWS ARE FOR TRIANGLE NEWS SERVICES ONLY, AND DO NOT, NOR ARE THEY INTENDED TO, CONVEY TO THE USER ANY COPYRIGHT OR LICENSE IN THE MATERIAL. BY PUBLISHING THIS MATERIAL , THE USER EXPRESSLY AGREES TO INDEMNIFY AND TO HOLD TRIANGLE NEWS HARMLESS FROM ANY CLAIMS, DEMANDS, OR CAUSES OF ACTION ARISING OUT OF OR CONNECTED IN ANY WAY WITH USER'S PUBLICATION OF THE MATERIAL*
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Marks & Spencer usually bring out delightful treats for Easter, but people are baffled by the supermarket’s latest creation.

Introducing the yoga bunny – a milk chocolate design of a hand-decorated bunny doing the downward dog on a mat made from raspberry nips.

The seemingly innocent product has gone viral on Twitter, with people commenting that the rabbit looks like its having a great time.

Some people might say the creation lives up to the phrase ‘shagging like rabbits’.

The M&S Yoga Bunny Easter egg is very “door’s on the latch, find me upstairs.” pic.twitter.com/RWs39APbCY

— MIKE??‍? (@_MP88_) February 13, 2019

The whole shelf of @marksandspencer chocolate Easter bunnies looked like they were having mucho fun times … ???#naughtylittlebunnies pic.twitter.com/wkqw1fBZ6b

— E.s.T.H.e.R. (@EstherLingPhoto) March 20, 2019

It seems #JessicaRabbit’s gone a bit suggestive for #Easter! @marksandspencer #easteregg #rabbit #yoga #chocolate #egg #frome pic.twitter.com/TKdvGGrW9M

— Christian (@lockyerc) March 9, 2019



One user, named Christian, said the rabbit had ‘gone a bit suggestive’.

Marks & Spencer replied with: ‘Suggestive? It’s merely a bunny in the “downwards-facing dog” yoga position, Christian!’

But he wasn’t the only one to use that word to describe the product.

Another Twitter user said: ‘Why do M&S always produce at least one suggestive Easter egg every year? Or is it just my mind.’

Why do M&S always produce at least one suggestive Easter egg every year?

Or is it just my mind ?#MarksAndSpencer #Yoga #Bunny #Easter #Egg pic.twitter.com/zXbU8e35Uz

— Amberoo✨ (@_Amberoo) January 28, 2019

The product is part of a quirky Easter range for 2019 that also includes a prosecco egg, an egg decorated with jazzies and a dark chocolate feather egg.

Other animal designs include the Rock Chick egg, which features a red crown and a pearl necklace, as well as an egg-shaped bull.

You can buy the new Easter range in M&S stores nationwide or online.

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Rude comments aside, the £6 bunny treat is likely to be a hit with yoga lovers and people with a cheeky sense of humour.

But maybe give the kids a regular egg instead.

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