Nan calls husband 'dirty b*****d' for used undie order in prank gone wrong

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Nan calls husband 'dirty b*****d' for used undie order in prank gone wrong

A grandma branded her innocent husband a 'dirty old b*****d' when she 'caught' him ordering a pair of women's knickers in the post - only for it to be a prank by her grandson.

Alex Summers decided to prank his grandad Graham Summers, 70, with the envelope that was addressed to him and openly marked as from 'pantysniff.co.uk ' after seeing the joke website advertised online.

However, the 26-year-old's gran Carol Summers got to the post before its intended victim and fell for the trick, turning her fury on her poor hubby.

Hilarious footage shows 74-year-old Carol shouting 'get in here now' to Graham, before confronting him and demanding 'what are you doing sending for knickers?'.

When he tries to defend himself that they are not his, Carol insists they have his name on them and brands him a 'dirty old b*****d'.

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Nan calls husband 'dirty b*****d' for used undie order in prank gone wrongThe offending package (Kennedy News and Media)

Graham can be seen looking over the bright pink envelope, which states that it delivers 'fresh used panties to your door'.

Eventually hairdresser and salon owner Alex revealed it was a prank to the couple, who have been married for 55 years.

Alex, from Knotty Ash, Liverpool, said: "It was [me] who did the prank on my grandad. I'd ordered them to prank my grandad, but my grandma got to the front door first.

"I wasn't expecting her to see them. It was so funny.

"It came up in a sponsored ad on the internet, I don't know why but it came up on my Instagram and I thought that'd be funny.

"As soon as they came [through the door], that was it, she was going 'No, surely not'.

Nan calls husband 'dirty b*****d' for used undie order in prank gone wrongAlex Summers decided to prank his grandad Graham Summers, 70, with the envelope that was addressed to him and openly marked as from ' pantysniff.co.uk (Kennedy News and Media)

"I started videoing as soon as I noticed that she had it [the envelope], and she started shouting at him calling him a 'dirty old bastard' and things.

"She was going mental. I hope I'm not that bothered when I've been married that long. They've been married for 55 years."

Alex's auntie can also be seen in the video telling the 'wound-up' nana to 'stop shouting'.

The envelope doesn't actually contain any used knickers, but on the outside it describes the prank-panties as having been 'worn for 48 hours before as requested'.

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Graham said: "I can't believe she thought they was mine. I thought [Carol] would've knew it wasn't me ordering them. I'm not a perve!"

Carol said: "Oh it was funny. I went mad at first, but when I read the letter it was good. [Alex is] a wind up."

Carol realised it was her grandson soon after the video was taken, turning to point at him and saying 'you!', before binning the envelope.

Nan calls husband 'dirty b*****d' for used undie order in prank gone wrongAlex pictured with his grandmother Carol (Kennedy News and Media)
Nan calls husband 'dirty b*****d' for used undie order in prank gone wrongCarol angry after finding the parcel (Kennedy News and Media)

Alex said: "[My grandad] was just laughing at her, he knew it was just all a joke.

"He realised straight away it was a prank, he was like 'why would I have ordered them'.

"He knew it was me who'd done it because I couldn't stop laughing.

"My auntie, she had no idea, she didn't have a clue who they were from either.

"We're always there at their house, we basically care for them but I actually forgot I'd ordered it, and it was just by chance the postman came that day.

"She was just looking at me, she was so wound up about it, and then as soon as she seen me laughing she went 'you'.

Nan calls husband 'dirty b*****d' for used undie order in prank gone wrongAlex with his grandparents (Kennedy News and Media)

"[Inside] it's an empty letter and it says 'haha pranks on you'.

"On the envelope it says his name and address and there's like a little bit of lace knickers hanging out.

"There's so many people from my area saying typical scouse nan and grandad, she doesn't even realise she's shouting.

"My nan definitely binned it straight away. It was just so funny."

Eleanor Wood Bowyer

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15.07.2024, 17:44 • Investigation