Everyone knows that condoms are there to help make sex safe.

That's why people have been left baffled as one store were seen selling 'damaged' Durex condoms for half price.

One shopper took to Twitter to share a photo of the Durex, Extended Pleasure condoms, which were half off.

As share share the image with her 11,200 followers, she wrote: "Erm. This is not a good way to save money."

She didn't name the shop and it's not clear if the box or the condoms themselves were damaged, but people still weren't happy as the post went viral.

One person called the condoms "Durex roulette", as another added: "For that one night stand you will remember."

A third quipped: "Maybe it’s the extended pleasure of parenthood."

While a fourth chimed in: "Nope. Pay the tenner and get the undamaged pack!"

Despite this it seemed like some would still be willing to buy them.

Another social media user wrote: "Ahh sure they are only gonna sit in some 15-year-old's wallet for the next 10 years anyway."

While another suggested: "Maybe only a few of them are damaged."

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Those who want undamaged condoms can get a free one from men's digital health clinic FromMars.

The organisation is giving out specially made condoms to mark the end of lockdown on June 21.

It was revealed recently that condom sales in Britain have surged as people set their sights on a post-lockdown sex fest.

Condom companies are reporting a sharp increase in sales as lockdown restrictions continue to be eased – with Durex reporting a "double-digit" rise in the first quarter of 2021.

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