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Woman sends Tampax serial number of tampon she found in boyfrie

Woman who found tampons that weren’t hers at her boyfriend’s house reveals she sent the serial number to Tampax to find out when they were made and check he wasn’t cheating – and is hailed a ‘genius’ by TikTok users

  • Lois Saunders, 23, from Liverpool, shared a video to TikTok showing her discovery of the tampon and email exchange with its manufacturer Tampax 
  • Explained she’d been sitting on her boyfriend Finn Denny’s lap when she playfully leaned back and saw a mascara and a tampon underneath his wardrobe
  • Tampax responded saying it had been manufactured in 2019, before Finn moved in to the house, clearing his name

A woman who found a tampon under her boyfriend’s wardrobe and sent its serial number to Tampax to find out when it was made and if he was cheating on her has divided opinion online 

Lois Saunders, 23,  from Liverpool, shared a video to TikTok showing her discovery of the tampon and subsequent email exchange with its manufacturer Tampax.

She explained how she had been sitting on her boyfriend Finn Denny’s lap when she playfully leaned back and spotted a Benefit mascara and the bright yellow Tampax wedged underneath his wardrobe at his university house. 

Laughing, she said that her boyfriend denied ever having another girl in his room and that it must have belonged to the room’s previous occupant.


Lois Saunders, 23, from Liverpool, shared a video to TikTok showing her discovery of the tampon and subsequent email exchange with its manufacturer Tampax. She explained how she had been sitting on her boyfriend Finn Denny’s lap when she playfully leaned back and spotted a Benefit mascara and the bright yellow Tampax wedged underneath his wardrobe at his university house

Lois, pictured on New Year’s Eve, found a tampon under her boyfriend’s wardrobe and sent its serial number to Tampax to find out when it was made and if he was cheating on her

‘There’s a tampon and a mascara under Finn’s wardrobe and he’s in denial that he’s had a girl here,’ she explains.  

‘I’m not even joking it’s right there. There’s not enough dust on it to be old,’ she adds as she sticks her head under the wardrobe to reach for it. 

She then shared a screenshot of her email to Tampax giving them the code and explaining: ‘I found it in my boyfriend’s draw so I’m doing some investigation’.  

A member of Tampax customer service team called Grace wrote back explaining it was manufactured on 11th December, 2019. 

This was before Finn moved in, with Lois then clearing his name, with the couple theorising it belonged to one of a group of girls that lived there before him. 

The video, which has been viewed nearly four million times drew a mixed reaction, with some branding Lois a ‘genius’ and saying they would do the same thing, while others branded her ‘psycho’.


Lois emailed Tampax (left) and a member of Tampax customer service team called Grace wrote back explaining it was manufactured on 11th December, 2019 (right) 

In a video explaining the situation Lois said: ‘ It was my first time in Finn’s house.

‘I was sat on his lap, he was facing the wardrobe and I leaned backwards so I was upside down. I could see under the wardrobe and was like “what the hell is that!”

‘So I look and was like “what the f***” He said he’s never had a girl in that room’.

She added that it was then she decided to ‘take things into her own hands’ and googled what the serial number on the side of the tampon meant.   

‘I was sitting there googling what code on the side of the tampon means, Finn was sitting there going “what the f***, you’re nuts”    

‘We are together to this day, so happy ending’.

The video, which has been viewed nearly four million times drew a mixed reaction, with some branding Lois a ‘genius’ and saying they would do the same thing, while others branded her ‘psycho’.

The post racked up hundreds of comments, with one person writing:  ‘Tampax customer service deserves an 10/10.

Another joked: ‘Men really don’t realise how smart we are tho.

A third added: ‘I’m not sure if this is genius or borderline psycho’

While a fourth said: ‘I love women’.

 However some said that it was a ‘red flag’ and that she should ‘trust her boyfriend’.   

‘Finn.. run! Red flag,’ said one. 

The post racked up hundreds of comments, with one person writing: ‘Tampax customer service deserves an 10/10.

‘Finn if you are reading this mate RUN,’ joked a second.

‘Dna fibres from the mascara is the only possible next step,’ added another. 

‘So funny how its all men pointing out she’s a red flag, when women just get it,’ said one. 

Another commented: ‘Why is everyone taking this so seriously it’s actually very very funny’

‘How is it a red flag that you looked out for yourself and your feelings, imagine if it wasn’t from 2019,’ wrote another.

‘Hahaha ignore these comments gal I’d have genuinely done the same thing, clearly your boyf wasn’t bothered and had a laugh with it,’ added one. 

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