A woman has left people on Twitter in hysterics after she posted a photo of a corset belt from ASOS.
The outfit barely fit around her skinny mates leg, let alone her waist.
India McCall shared the photo earlier this week and in it, her friend can be seen wearing the red, size eight corset around her thigh.
She wrote: I ordered a red corset belt in a size eight and it just about fits round my skinny mates leg. Not happy.
India bought the ASOS PU Leather Underwire Corset in a size eight for £11.
She might not have been happy about her order, but she managed to entertain her followers – with many tweeting to say the photo had left them in tears.
— Sarah Carr (@_scarr22) March 23, 2019
my skinny mates leg hahahahahhahah am crying
— Rebecca Braithwaite (@rebeccabraith__) March 23, 2019
OMG is that a joke
— Sydney (@SydneyAnn1) March 23, 2019
— morgan (@morgannewmanx) March 23, 2019
Luckily, ASOS saw the tweet and responded.
The brand has agreed to look into the mishap for India.
Were sorry to hear your corset belt isnt suitable, ASOS replied in a tweet.
Please pop over a DM with your nine-digit order number and your email address that is registered to your ASOS account and well be more than happy to look into this for you.
In other fashion blunder news, PrettyLittleThing has recently been accused of selling Fruit of The Loom joggers with the label ripped out.
A woman took to Twitter to explain how shed bought the jogging bottoms from the brand only to find the remains of a Fruit of the Loom label inside.
She then went on Amazon and found the same pair of joggers going for for £6 to £12, while she had purchased them for £20.
It just goes to show that while there are many joys to online shopping, there are also many pitfalls.