Skegness Aldi saying it with flowers and cheeky sign after cake row with M&S

Skegness Aldi is saying it with flowers this Christmas after a row with a neighbour company over a cake earlier this year.

The cheeky sign outside Aldi in Skegness.
The cheeky sign outside Aldi in Skegness.

A cheeky sign saying 'Kiss and Make Up' with a massive bunch of mistletoe was placed outside the store, which is next to M&S on the Burgh Road retail park.

In April M&S sued Aldi claiming the company had copied its Colin the Caterpillar cake with a version called Cuthbert the Caterpiller -

The sign was put up following a new spat of the likeness of a light-up snow globe gin.

Aldi's picture shared on Facebook of a member of staff stood by the sign holding a bunch of flowers up to M&S was just the tonic people need.

More than 52,000 liked the image, which also attracted more than 4,000 comments.

Kim Harris commented: "M&S you'll never beat the mighty Aldi."

Lucy Longhurst-Miltham said: "Aldi social media person I salute you for keeping us entertained."

And Gen Neil said: "You are making everyone's day a little happier."

One comment did suggest another row could soon be brewing, however. "But where did the flowers come from though?" asked Rachel Patchett.