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Viral Tiktok claims Sunnyboys were back at Woolworths but the supermarket has denied the rumour

TikTokker sends shoppers rushing to Woolworths after claiming a VERY popular item is back on the shelves

  • Shoppers rushed to Woolworths after a TikTok clip said Sunnyboys were back 
  • Sunnyboy icy poles were discontinued in 2016 leaving many Aussies devastated 
  • ‘Run don’t walk to Woolworths, Sunnyboys are back’ the now-viral clip read
  • It racked up 1.2million views and hundreds of excited and sceptical comments
  • However Woolworths debunked the claim saying Sunnyboys were not in stock 

Australian foodies were whipped into a frenzy by a TikTok user claiming the ever-popular Sunnyboy ice blocks were back on the shelves at Woolworths.

But it appears the video, which instantly went viral, was a cruel trick and the rumour has since been shut down by the retailer.  

Amassing 1.2million views, the clip showed a box of the nostalgic treats and read: ‘Run don’t walk to Woolworths, Sunnyboys are back’. 

Hundreds of viewers took to the comments of the viral clip to express their excitement whereas others were sceptical. 

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Australian shoppers were sent into a spin after a TikTok clip went viral for claiming the discontinued Sunnyboy icy poles were back at Woolworths

Woolworths has since responded disproving the claim telling Yahoo Lifestyle that the frozen treats are not currently sold either in store or online

Woolworths has since responded disproving the claim telling Yahoo Lifestyle that the frozen treats are not currently sold either in store or online

‘Don’t play with my heart like that,’ one person joked while another said ‘I just lost my full grown adult mind!’

‘Show the best by date on them then,’ asked a third. 

‘I checked Woolworths online they got nothing,’ commented another. 

Boxes of the sweet icy poles are listed on eBay for hundreds of dollars despite being years past their use-by date

Boxes of the sweet icy poles are listed on eBay for hundreds of dollars despite being years past their use-by date

Woolworths has since responded disproving the claim telling Yahoo Lifestyle that the frozen treats are not currently sold either in store or online. 

Manufacturer Daily Juice Co discontinued Sunnyboys , that came in cola orange and raspberry flavours, in 2016 leaving many Aussies devastated. 

Boxes of the sweet icy poles are listed on eBay for hundreds of dollars despite being years past their use-by date.

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