Ann Summers slashes price of penis pasta range after supermarket shelves are stripped bare during coronavirus outbreak

WHILE thousands of supermarkets are seeing customers stripping their shelves bare of pasta, you might want to try going to Ann Summers instead. 

The sex toy and lingerie retailer has added their “Penis Pasta” to their current sale, so you can finally get a bag for your cupboard, if you are preparing for coronavirus self-isolation. 

  • Penis Pasta, £5 from Ann Summers – buy now

The phallic-shaped pasta, which is described as being “hysterical and completely delicious” and increases in size when cooked, is part of Ann Summers’ three for two current offer. 

Usually a bag will set you back £5, but could be free if you select two other items from the shop. 

Recently, some supermarkets have started rationing products including pasta, hand sanitiser and tinned veg amid the coronavirus crisis.

Many shoppers have shared photos of pasta shelves in the likes of Sainsbury's and Tesco completely empty, after people have stocked up for self-isolating at home. 

A photo of the Ann Summers’ Penis Pasta deal was shared on the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK. 

Shoppers were quick to joke that it could be the perfect time to stock up, given the shortage at many supermarkets. 

One wrote: “Must be the only pasta in stock at the moment!”

Another joked to a friend: “you said you needed pasta.”

And one wrote: “we will have to buy some penis pasta to go with the tins of tomatoes we still may never get hold of.”

It comes after Britain’s death toll leapt from 21 to 35 – including Nick Matthews, 59, the youngest UK victim.

More than 1,300 people have now tested positive for the disease, but the actual number of people infected is likely to be far higher.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock has confirmed Brits over 70 are likely to be asked to self-isolate for up to four months in the coming weeks.

We shared how coronavirus forces TUI to suspend all package holidays, hotel stays and cruises.

And millions of people have stayed home in ghost town Britain today.

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