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Woman’s revolting find in new jeans

A STUNNED New York woman made an unexpected discovery when she opened her online shopping - pulling out a worn G-string from the pocket of her brand new jeans.

Christine Evans said she found the panties in a pair of Not Your Daughters Jeans she'd bought from American retail chain Nordstrom, the New York Post reports.

"After, many years of loyalty to your company, I was appalled at the lack of customer service you gave me when I received a pair of Not Your Daughters Jeans with a DIRTY and WORN women's THONG in the front pocket," Evans tweeted to the company on Tuesday.

 

Evans said she was offered a replacement pair - but wrote that wasn't enough.

"I would imagine that a company such as this one could do more for a loyal, card-holding customer. As a nurse, the numerous amount of health hazards this issue presents is astounding," she said.

The luxury department story apologised and said they were hoping to get to the "root of the problem".

 

This article was originally published by the New York Post and appears here with permission.

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