Catholic School Sold 'Unfortunate' Mother's Day Thongs in Lieu of Flowers

A Mother's Day mix-up at a Catholic school in Philadelphia embarrassed administrators but provided laughs for at least some parents.

St. Anselm Catholic School meant to sell roses for the annual holiday but accidentally sold thongs that were packaged like flowers.

A Facebook video shows one alleged St. Anselm parent holding a "rose" he received from the school. It was posted by Philadelphia-based The John DiBella Show, captioned "Here's the flower St. Anselm Catholic School gave out to grade schoolers for Mother's Day."

The video includes a woman telling a man to open the flower. As he begins to unfurl the rose, he immediately notices the mistake.

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