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McDonalds’ Halloween display that looks like ‘giant sperm’ mocked by customers in hilarious blunder

Customers have mocked McDonalds' seasonal display by suggesting it looks like a "giant sperm".

Halloween is fast approaching and McDonalds has decorated its store windows but customers think the stickers are more racy than intended.

The Harry Potter style Nimbus 2000 broomstick stickers were meant to rouse feelings of witches, wizards and a magical world.

But the stickers provoked a slightly different reaction.

One customer said: "It's not just me, a lot of people have said the same, it looks like a sperm."

They added: "I get that your trying to make it look halloweeny for the kids but what's meant to look like a broomstick doesn't look like one at all."

Another added: "Yeah, cum on Maccies, sort it out peeps."

The "X-rated" stickers have shot up in several branches of the fast food chain.

McDonalds in Elliott's Field retail park, Leicester and McDonalds Redditch, Oakenshaw, have been called out on social media.

One customer said: "I'm loving the great BIG sperm on their windows!

"I guess instructions on how to apply the window stickers were not followed correctly."

Others quickly jumped on the bandwagon, making jibes at McDonalds' expense.

A customer said: "So they're finally giving away the secret to their special sauce."

Another customer said: "Makes a nice change from spunk all over the disabled toilet floor."

Halloween, celebrated on October 31, dates back to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain.

For the Celts, who lived 2,000 years ago, the day marked the end of summer and the beginning of a dark, cold winter.

The festival is often associated with death but McDonalds' stickers suggest the opposite.

Halloween has since evolved into a day of activities like trick-or-treating, carving jack-o-lanterns (pumpkins), sporting festive costumes and eating sweet treats.

McDonalds may want to rethink their decoration strategy next year.

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