Aldi scolds dirty-minded customers jokes about shape of Peppa Pig ice lolly

Aldi has scolded a dirty-minded customer who made a crude joke about their Peppa Pig ice lollies.

Keith Bean posted a photo of the pink ice-cream lollies to Twitter, suggesting that the shape of Peppa's arm resembled male genitalia.

The caption read: "@AldiUK I was very happy to see these in your supermarket, but perhaps not as happy as Peppa is…."

The budget supermarket giant didn't stay silent over the dirty-minded criticism of their design as they quote tweeted the post, writing back: "Keith that is an ARM."

Aldi fans were left in hysterics over the post that shamed the joker as one wrote: "Not if it is George."

Another added: "Is it though?"

A third said: "Peernis"

A fourth quipped: "Peppa Big."

However, this isn't the first time Aldi has received comments about the peculiar shape of the arm.

Last year, a shopper, named Simon Linney, purchased a box of six Peppa Pig ice cream lollies from an Aldi supermarket for £1.49.

But he thought the arm on the vanilla and strawberry flavored sweet treat looked phallic.

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Simon sent in an amusing snap of the lolly to The Mirror, adding: "Thought this might get a giggle.

"I bought these Peppa Pig ice creams from Aldi. Since when did Peppa have a high penis?!"

The frozen grocery product, which Aldi's website says is manufactured by Icefresh Foods Ltd in Slovenia, is meant to show the popular children's TV character's profile.

In the image on the box, the ice cream Peppa is smiling and the X-rated detail is in fact her arm, with three fingers on the end.

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The news comes after a steak hilariously resembling Vladimir Putin's face has left people in fits of laughter, not least the bloke who spotted it.

An Aberdeen Angus sizzle steak being sold for £2.99 was photographed on the top shelf of the meat aisle at Aldi in Croydon, south London.

Musician Matt Gordon had his mates cracking up over a picture he took of the edible Putin lookalike but joked he stopped short of buying it through fear of repercussions from the Russian president.

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