PrettyLittleThing forced to call in PEST CONTROL as customers ‘find fleas in their clothes’

PRETTY Little Thing has called in pest control to its warehouse after customers reported finding fleas in their clothes.

Furious fashionistas took to social media to claim that there were bugs inside their orders.

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PrettyLittleThing has been forced to call pest control after customers complained bugs were in their packages[/caption]

One customer Saf filmed her PrettyLittleThing package – which appeared to have fleas on it – while screaming.

And Arya Anderson uploaded a video claiming there were the tiny bugs in both of her parcels from the online retailer.

In the clip, an insect can be seen inside plastic packaging crawling on green clothes.

She said: “Oh God, I feel so sick.”

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Shoppers said they felt “sick” after receiving their clothes[/caption]

Pretty Little Thing revealed it called in pest control to its warehouse.

In a video posted on TikTok, it said: “As soon as recent bugs in packages allegations came to light we immediately launched a full investigation.

“This included an inspection of the warehouse by a third-party pest control company.

“We found no evidence to support the claims being made.

“We are extremely proud of our warehouse, and the teams who maintain them, and we hope that the information provided has addressed the concerns that have been raised.”

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Customers are now “too scared” to order from PLT, despite the company claiming it found “no evidence” of pests at the warehouse[/caption]

On social media, Brits said they were avoiding shopping at Pretty Little Thing out of fears over flea problems.

Camila Tavares said: “Too scared to order anything from PLT because I don’t want any pretty little fleas with my parcel.”

Amy Brett commented: “Love PLT but huns you can’t accuse all these people of putting fleas in their packages.”

Em Harwood posted: “Wanna order some flares from PLT but not tryna get fleas so i’m very scared.”

Ellie Sandall added: “Seen far too many fleas in PLT parcels on TikTok to make me never wanna buy from there again.”

The online retailer – which often gives out bumper deals to fans online – is a favourite among Instagram influencers and reality stars.

Ambassadors include former Love Island winner Molly-Mae Hague who regularly posts snaps modelling their clothes online.

The company has attracted a massive following, with giveaways of £10,000 worth of clothes to one winner.

Fabulous Digital has contacted PrettyLittleThing for a comment.


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And we shared how a woman ordered a PrettyLittleThing bikini but was horrified when it was so tiny it barely covered her privates.

We also shared how Fashion Nova shoppers were horrified by model’s titchy bikini bottoms & say they are so small they ‘should be censored’.