Facebook users were in hysterics recently when a video featuring a very rude hand sanitiser station started doing the rounds.
Posted on a group for the Carolina Show, the clip shows a man using the explicit hand cleansing device which is fixed to a billboard of a naked man with a six pack and muscly physique.
But what makes the hand pump cheeky is the fact that the sanitising lotion is dispensed from a large erect penis.
However, the male using the racy piece of equipment didn't seem phased and even went back for seconds - to ensure his hands were definitely clean.
The hilarious 11-second video was simply captioned: "Ando buscando un dispensador de gel antibacterial como éste," which translates to: "I'm looking for an antibacterial gel dispenser like this."
Followers were quick to comment on the clip, with one person posting: "There is no disease like this, with this measure of hygiene," while another added: "That one comforts you and disinfects you at the same time 😅."
Various other Facebook users kept asking where they could find such a hand sanitiser and were keen to purchase one for themselves or their work place.
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However, some social media users found the video rude and offensive and wasn't sure why it was allowed to remain on Facebook.
It's unsure exactly where the sanitising station has been propped up, but it appears to perhaps be in a car park due to the yellow markings on the floor.
The cheeky video comes as England celebrated the reopening of pubs, restaurants and hair salons today as lockdown restrictions were eased.
One journalist woke up at 3.30am this morning to enjoy her first cut, colour and blow dry in almost five months as she headed to a hairdressers in London's Marylebone.