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Australian Company Annex Products has unveiled* an iPhone case with a sliding compartment designed to store two condoms without revealing the popular prophylactics' telltale bulge.

The idea for the product, according to a promotional video, came after a young Australian man visited his girlfriend's home for the first time, tossed his wallet onto a table and then had to flee after parents figured out just why there was a disk-shaped protuberance in his wallet.

Annex's answer is a hard case with a sliding panel that can discretely store two condoms, along with an iPhone 4 or 4S.

Dubbed the “Playa”, the case is said to be "coming soon".

The Register is making inquiries to learn if the Playa can cope with common condom sizes, namely Huge, Gigantic, Colossal and Enormous. ®

* We're pretty sure this is not an April fool as material we were sent about the Playa was dated April 3rd.

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