Bunnings Warehouse: What is the clear pocket on the front of staff aprons really for?

A new video from a popular Australian comedian has shed light on the easy-to-miss details of the green aprons all Bunnings employees wear.

In his latest video, TikTok star Luke Donkin impersonates a Bunnings employee in a fake advert for the hardware giant.

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The comedian has become cult for his funny videos promoting major supermarkets and retail stores including Woolworths, Coles and Kmart.

In this latest video, Donkin questioned the purpose of the see-through pockets on the front of the Bunnings apron.

Luke Donkin questioned the purpose of see-through pockets on Bunnings staff aprons in a recent video. Credit: LukeDonkin/TikTok

“Honestly, I have no idea what this pocket is for,” he said.

“I’ve always wanted to put a trail mix in there and then just (move to eat it) throughout the day.

“But I’d probably be in trouble.”

“Honestly, I have no idea what this pocket is for,” he said. Credit: LukeDonkin/TikTok

7NEWS.com.au understands that the clear pockets are used to display the Bunnings team member’s name tag – a fact confirmed by many TikTok users.

“It’s for your name badge!” one says.

Another added: ‘Pockets meant for a name tag but good idea!

Clear sleeves are used for name tags of Bunnings staff members. Credit: Reddit

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