A Primark shopper demanded to know what the high street store was playing at after spotting a denim-look dress that was labelled with four different sizes.
Vicky, who posts on TikTok as @designsbyvicky2004, shared the peculiar sight from her recent shopping trip, where she spotted the blue dress labelled as a size 12, 14, 16 and even 20.
One of them was seen on the hanger sticker while one was sewn onto the back of the neckline.
The third was on the paper tag that was attacked to the dress – but when she turned it over, even that had a different size on the back.
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In the video, which has gained more than 57,000 likes, she asked the store: “Primark, what are you playing at?”
TikTok viewers seemed unsurprised by the blunder, while others mocked the shop for the error.
One user wrote: “Me: what size is this? Primark: yes.”
Another added: “One size fits all.”
A third said: “No because I’m a size 8/10 in New look and a 16 in Primark.”
A fourth commented: “Primark hasn’t got a clue on their sizes either.”
One ex-Primark employee even chimed in with: “It’s because the employees don’t get paid enough to care what goes on which hanger. I used to do the same when I worked there.”
To which, Vicky replied: “That’s not an employee issue tbh. Definitely came in on delivery like that.”
However, another former employee advised shoppers to go by the tag that is sewn into the dress as it is the label it has on delivery.
It is not clear whether the mistake was made on the one dress or if it was made on multiple items.
Primark has been contacted by the Daily Star for comment.
The news comes after a Primark shopper was shocked when she realised her size 12 trousers had a smaller waist than her size 8 pair from New Look.
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She went to the budget retailer and bought a pair of black jeans that were one size larger than her usual size – but they still didn’t fit.
“What the hell is Primark playing at?” she asked while showing the croc-effect flared pants on her TikTok page.
“These are 12, I’m size 10 but I’ve got a bigger pair because they looked tiny, but I can’t even do them up and I can’t walk.”