Bikini-clad Bunnings customer turns heads with viral TikTok
Bunnings Warehouse is a favourite of tradies and weekend DIYers but, at one store in Melbourne, it was also the set of one customer's head-turning TikTok video.
The woman, who posts as 'Wippa Snippa' on the video-sharing platform, chose the hardware giant as the backdrop for a daring, bikini-clad clip that's since gone viral.
Bikini at Bunnings
The influencer stripped off her cardigan and maxi dress to reveal a red two-piece swimsuit to film a cheeky dance in the middle of an empty aisle.
'Wippa Snippa' was hopping on a current TikTok trend which sees users perform dance moves to a remix of the classic '80s song "Down Under" by Aussie band Men At Work.
She uploaded the vid to TikTok and was quickly inundated with comments from fellow users, one of whom declared it the "Greatest TikTok ever made".
"The Bunnings uniform has changed a bit since I was in last," joked another.
"Gotta love Aussies," remarked a third.
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One TikToker asked if 'Wippa Snippa' had been spotted by any Bunnings staffers or customers, to which she replied, "No but I had to be damn quick".
This wasn't her first time busting some moves in a Bunnings aisle. 'Wippa Snippa' posted a video of her dancing to "Down Under" while wearing a black dress on Boxing Day, explaining that a Bunnings team member had agreed to don a bikini and film the dance with her if the initial post reached 50,000 likes.
But, as 'Wippa Snippa' revealed in the comments, the "Bunnings worker bailed".
She put a call out for other retail locations to perform the dance, with suggestions such as Kmart and Lowes popping up in the comments.
According to her Instagram, 'Wippa Snippa' has already filmed herself dancing to the true blue track outside of a Total Tools store and also at home while eating Vegemite.
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