Never be in the Valentine's bad books again with this tasty bacon bouquet

A restaurant in Manila, Philippines, has got its customers covered for Valentine’s Day with an unusual take on a romantic gift.

The eatery has crafted a bouquet with roses made from bacon for people to buy their partner.

It costs £35, about the same as an actual bunch of roses, and can be delivered anywhere in the city.

It may not last as long as a real floral display, but we’re sure it’s going to be more popular. Now the question is, when are they rolling this out across the world?

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