Condom company Durex has recalled 10 batches of condoms because they might burst during sex.
The company’s six, 12 and 18-packs of ‘Real Feel’ and latex-free condoms failed their burst pressure test and thus had to be recalled.
It was also noted that the condoms were made this year and are on sale, they have an expiry date of between December 2020 and February 2021.
A health authority has also warned that the condoms if used could lead to a risk of unwanted pregnancies or sexually transmitted infections.
People have been warned not to use the condoms if they think they are from an affected batch, and to return them for a refund.