PrettyLittleThing launch pest control investigation as shoppers claim they’ve ‘found fleas in their deliveries’

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Fast fashion retailer PrettyLittleThing have launched an investigation after customers alleged to have found fleas in their deliveries.

The clothing brand has said they have found no evidence to support the claims being made by customers on TikTok, who claimed they found the bugs in their clothing deliveries.

Usually when we receive our anticipated orders we can’t wait to get them out and try them on.

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However, one TikTok user opened their package to find some unwanted visitors.

Arya Anderson took to their account to share an off-putting video of some unwanted insects in her order.

In the video we see Arya zoom into a green piece of knitwear where you can see a flea crawling around on it.

This is the last thing you want to be greeted with when you get your order.

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Arya expresses her disgust in the video by saying: “God, I feel so sick, it’s crawling.”

In a previous video from Arya she captioned the video: “and all I was offered was the same order for free…after fleas…in my orders…”

Of course this triggered many other shoppers to take to social media to share their disgust.

One Twitter user (@ssophiephillips) tweeted: “Do PrettyLittleThing actually have a flea infestation?? Reluctant to make an order need some confirmation please plt.”

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PrettyLittleThing have responded to the allegations on Twitter with a statement which reads: “As soon as recent 'Bugs in packages' allegations came to light we immediately launched an investigation.

“This included an inspection of the warehouse by a 3rd party press control company.

“We can confirm that we have 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 you have raised.”

OK! Online have contacted PrettyLittleThing for further comment.

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