Penis-shaped Sammy Snake bouncy castle from Peter Kay TV show can now be hired

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A penis-shaped bouncy castle is now up for hire for £240.

While bouncy castles are usually a great addition at kids parties, this raunchy inflatable is for adult eyes only.

It has even brushed shoulders with Peter Kay.

The bouncy castle, dubbed “Sammy Snake”, made a guest appearance in the comedian's early noughties show, Phoenix Nights.

Now the inflatables on-screen days are over for now, the phallic shaped bouncy castle is now available for hire.

Previously, the phallic bouncy castle was owned by a bloke who lives in Durham.

Until, he put it up for sale on eBay earlier this year with bids reaching a whopping £5,000.

Although, it is not clear how much the rude inflatable actually sold for.

Now owned by a Teesside company, Leisure Time North East, “Sammy Snake” can be rented out.

However, the website states that: “Due to Sammy's unique design he cannot be safety tested and insured to be used as a normal bouncy castle.”

Not letting on how much the bouncy castle cost them, the site mentioned in the product description: “And for the price I paid for it I wouldn't want it to be!”

Fear not though, the site added: “He can however be used as a gimmick for photo opportunities at events.”

On top of the £240, if you wanted the raunchy castle longer for 180 minutes, “additional hours will be priced at £50 + VAT.”

Hilariously, the leisure company ended the product listing by mentioning: ”And remember the c**** optional!”

A picture of the huge genitalia themed bouncy castle made its way onto Reddit, where users jumped in to comment on the saucy inflatable.

One person joked: It's almost as big as mine, that.”

Another added: “Inflatable filth”

And a third person noted: “To think somebody went to the trouble of manufacturing this abomination – never mind hiring it out.”

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