Shopping for bras is an absolute hell; at least for a lot of women. I know I spent years buying the wrong bras. It’s just not fun.
But you know what’s worse? Trying someone else’s bra when you go out shopping. We all know how rarely those things get washed.
Can you imagine how women may have tried on that same bra before us?
Source: Instagram | @beckybarnicomics
Well, that’s what happened to Twitter user @n_brayshaw, reports Diply. She went to Primark one day and miraculously found the one – the perfect bra we are all looking for. However, it didn’t have a tag.
Source: Twitter | @n_brayshaw
So she asked an employee to help her and he told her that that’s not even their bra. Someone stole the new bra and left their own on the hanger.
And this is not the first time it happened. Apparently, it’s not a rare occurrence. I dislike shopping for bras even more now.
Soon after this other people started sharing their stories about bra “swaps”
Source: Tweet | @baileymkbeads
I mean how do you get caught in the act of “swapping” You don’t really have to be a criminal genius.
But also aren’t employees supposed to notice this when they are restocking?
It takes a few extra seconds to make sure each unpurchased fitting room item has a tag.
All I am saying is the employees should be more careful.
Apparently this doesn’t happen only with underwear.
Source: Twitter | @_danivictoria
Not sure if they can ever stop bra swaps, since the garment is hidden in public.
Source: Instagram | @victoriaslittlebrashop
Oh Lord, not again?
Source: Twitter | @Bowes4Julia
Looks like people are swapping shoes too.
However, there is something about swapping bras that is supper gross.
Source: Twitter | @Xclairey_
At the end only one question matters.
Source: Twitter | @judyinrichmond
I hope not.