Sarah Button, 23, has gone viral on TikTok for wearing a metal butt plug with ‘forever’ engraved on it through an airport in Australia.
While going through customs, the law student wore the toy as a way of travelling with her late partner as she hoped to show him the world.
Button, from Australia, was bought the toy as a gag gift by her boyfriend which raised a fair few eyebrows from airport staff.
Sarah told NeedToKnow.Online: ‘We were initially concerned about getting it through in my carry on so I just left it within in hopes to avoid explanations.
‘It was a bit nerve-wracking but I had previously gone through security with a normal plug-in without incident so I had a sense of calm and faith that we’d both make it through.
‘I would pack him in the checked luggage if I were to take the urn overseas with me.
Sarah didn’t have too much luck when she visited Abu Dhabi airport in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in 2019 — only to end up ‘banned’ from the Gulf.
‘I explained what it was but there was a lady worker in earshot of that conversation which led to some back and forth between us and the male officials did not like the vulgarity I was using to explain,’ she said.
‘They took me and my friend aside without much explanation.’
Sarah claimed her passport and mobile phone were taken away, forcing her to call her dad to ring the Australian Embassy in Abu Dhabi for help.
‘An hour later a big official came and had us sign a super long foreign document and said if we went outside of the airport doors we’d go to jail. It was a long day,’ she said.
‘Moral of the story is I was very ignorant of what I had in my bag and the words I used/their values and I didn’t realise explaining a plug would like violate the person that asked about it.
‘The intention was initially a joke because he’d spent so much time in there and it was his favourite place.’
Sarah has since travelled to ‘places [she and her ex-boyfriend] only ever dreamed of going’ such as the Great Barrier Reef and are set to see the British rock band Bring Me The Horizon in December.
Her followers were taken aback by the TikTok video, to say the least, with one commenting: ‘I have some adjustments to make on my will.’
Another added: ‘Whoever’s ashes is being remembered in a most magnificent way by you.’
A third user said: ‘And they say romance is dead.’