Primark shopper jokes their ‘quality control needs sacking’ after spotting awkward error on Disney vest top – The Sun

ALONG with their budget homeware and purse-friendly beauty bits, Primark is equally as famous for their hugely popular range of Disney and Harry Potter merchandise.

And while we're still holding out hope that a Disney Princess/Harry Potter fantasy crossover will one day make it to our screens, Primark has accidentally made this dream a reality with a rather embarrassing clothing error.

Primark shopper Joanne, from Hull, tweeted a photo of the new Disney tank top she bought last month.

As part of the brand's Disney villain range, the simple purple vest featured illustrations of Ursula, Maleficent and Snow White's Queen Grimhilde.

Underneath the glamorous trio is the word "VILLAINS" in sparkly gold letters as well a silhouette of an ominous crow.

But it's not actually the design that's the problem – but the random Harry Potter logo printed on the inside of the vest.

Inviting other users to "spot the mistake", Joanne wrote: "Hey Primark, your quality control needs sacking.

"Will it be worth money in the future?"

After tagging Primark in the tweet, the brand's customer service team replied: "Hi Joanne, thanks for your feedback! We will pass it on to our Buying Department."

But this isn't the first time Primark's products have been called out for awkward design flaws.

Earlier this week, unimpressed shopper Dan Molloy, from Manchester, tweeted a photo of a Friends slogan shirt featuring a glaring typo.

Unfortunately for Dan, he didn't spot the mistake until AFTER he'd worn the t-shirt and asked Primark for his money back.

He wrote: ""How ridiculous that no one (including me) noticed it and it was allowed to be displayed and sold."

Primark's customer service team replied to his tweet and reassured him that he'd be refunded if he returned the T-shirt in store.

In more bonkers fashion news, a model has blasted PrettyLittleThing after her 'baby girl' necklace arrived with an embarrassing spelling error.

And ASOS is selling a £20 vinyl lace-up mini skirt which looks like a "ripped bin bag" and is impossible to wear with knickers.

Plus this bride has slammed her "vain" sister-in-law after she turned up to her wedding in a WHITE lace gown.

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