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IF you came across an item that took you by surprise in your date's bathroom cabinets, what would your next move be?

A 23-year-old woman, who goes by Chelly, got the biggest shock when she discovered something unexpected in her date's home while looking for toilet paper.

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Chelly was shocked by what she found in her date's bathroom while looking for toilet paperCredit: TikTok/chelly_598
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She immediately took to social media to ask if she should be concernedCredit: TikTok/chelly_598

Whispering to the camera in a TikTok video from the inside of her date's bathroom, Chelly said: "Okay, I was looking for toilet paper in this man's bathroom because he doesn't have any.

"So I opened this big draw... and f*****g look," she flipped the camera to focus on the draw.

Inside of it was not one, not two, but multiple boxes of Plan B One-Step.

Clearly alarmed by the quantity, Chelly asked viewers if she should be concerned.

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People flooded the comments section with varying opinions.

"Girl, if he has enough money to buy all of them, I'd stay," someone joked.

"Looks like it’s that guy's Plan A," another quipped.

Giving insight as to why Chelly should be worried, someone said: "Yes because it’s an indication that he’s not being safe with other partners."

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"I'm conflicted. I feel like this is very considerate but at the same time alarming," another wrote.

"One? Clutch. SEVEN PLUS?!?!? RUNNNNNNNNN."

"I feel like having one would be a green flag but prepping Plan B for an apocalypse seems too far."

"Wowww, he got the brand name, not even the generic. He must be rich," a final person mused.

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The young woman came across multiple boxes of Plan B One-StepCredit: TikTok/chelly_598

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