Man left red-faced after accidentally posing for bondage bed advert

She’ll be going in the stocks! Man left red-faced after his sister tricked him into posing for a bondage bed advert that’s gone viral on Facebook

  • John Lower, 39, from Wallasey, Merseyside, agreed to build £700 ‘stocks’ bed
  • Sister-in-law took pictures of him to use for advertising but he see’s ‘funny side’ 
  • They have been flooded with offers from all over UK and even France and Spain 

A man has been left red-faced after accidentally posing for a bondage bed advert that has gone viral on Facebook.

John Lower, 39, from Wallasey, Merseyside, agreed to put together the £700 ‘stocks’ bed in the garden for his sister-in-law, Tracy McLaughlin, 53, so that she could post an advert to sell it online on behalf of her son Marc, 33.

The style of bed, which resembles a medieval stocks, is available from conventional retailers, but could of course appeal to those with racier tastes in the bedroom.  

A man has been left red-faced after accidentally posing for a bondage bed advert that has went viral on Facebook

John Lower, 39, from Wallasey, Merseyside, agreed to build the £700 ‘stocks’ bed in the garden for his sister-in-law, Tracy McLaughlin, 53 (pictured together) 

After duping John into being locked down in a compromising position, Tracy snatched a few photos and used them to advertise all of the bed’s facilities.

The post soon went viral, racking up thousands of shares, with Tracy receiving calls from interested buyers all over the globe.

John, a machine technician, who has been labelled ‘the deviant’ by his colleges, said he did not even know he was posing for a photo. 

He said: ‘I was helping to build the bed and stupidly thought I’d have a go for a laugh but then they locked me in.

Tracy, who is a carer, decided to sell the bed, which her son bought for £1,850, as they couldn’t find anywhere to keep it

‘I didn’t even know the photos had been taken until they were all over Facebook.

‘At first I was mortified, people were coming up to me in work and saying all sorts. I’ve got a new nickname now, they all call me “the deviant”.’

But John hasn’t taken the situation too seriously, adding that he’s always been able to ‘laugh at himself’ and has seen ‘the funny side’.     

Tracy, who is a carer, decided to sell the bed, which her son originally bought for £1,850, because they couldn’t find anywhere to keep it.

Since the post went up four days ago, the family have been flooded with phone calls from interested buyers.

John, a machine technician, who has been labelled ‘the deviant’ by his colleges, said he did not even know he was posing for a photo

She has even gotten offers from people in France and Spain, and someone in Bristol even asked if she’d deliver the bed. 

Tracy said she thinks people ‘were shocked’ to see the bed posted online, but said it was ‘just like selling any other bit of furniture’. 

She added: ‘We’re a very open family but I have been explaining to my friends that it’s not my bed.

‘We’ve all been absolutely dying with laughter since it went viral, John is quite gullible, bless him, but he’s definitely seen the funny side.’ 

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