Primark shopper spots awkward mistake on Disney vest – can you see it?

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  • We love Primark clothing, whether it’s for ourselves or our children, but one shopper spotted an obvious error on one of their vest tops.

    Primark stock a whole host of both Disney and Harry Potter themed merchandise, but unfortunately an unexpected crossover happened when the wrong label ended up on a vest.

    The purple ‘villains’ vest top is a design perfect for any Disney fan, featuring iconic Disney villains Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty (and a silhouette of her crow), Ursula from The Little Mermaid and the Evil Queen from Snow White.

    In fact, the design itself is great and has no issues, but the label on the inside of the vest does as it mistakenly reads Harry Potter, alongside the usual sizing information. Oops!

    One shopper took to Twitter to share the mistake, writing, ‘Spot the mistake !!!

    Hey @Primark your quality control needs sacking 🤔🤔 🤦♀ Will it be worth money in the future 😂😂😂’

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    Primark did respond to Joanne, writing, ‘Hi Joanne, thanks for your feedback! We will pass it on to our Buying Department.’

    So whilst there’s no sign of the Disney villains teaming up with Harry Potter any time soon, Joanne definitely has a unique vest and got a laugh out of it, as did one of her followers who responded with some laughing emojis.

    This isn’t the first time Primark has been called out for an awkward mistake and funnily enough, it was another Disney related product – Can you spot the spelling mistake on this Dumbo Christmas decoration?

    They also had to recall their primer water recently over fears it could cause irritation.

    If you do have any of the waters, you can take them back for a full refund at your nearest store with no purchase necessary.

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