Mother left shocked after spotting VERY scandalous position 

Faux pas! Mother left shocked after spotting stitching on M&S children’s overalls placed two animals in a VERY scandalous position

  • Mother found rude scene on Marks & Spencer overalls she bought for daughter 
  • She did not notice the stitching had created the image until she put them on her 
  • M&S said it would ‘have a word with the design team’ and will replace the item 

A mother was left shocked when she noticed the stitching on her eight-week-old’s Marks & Spencer dungarees placed two animals in a very scandalous position. 

The woman, who asked to remain anonymous, bought the £10 outfit from her local store, but when she put them on her child did a double take – as the picture was rather rude.

Instead of an idyllic woodland scene, the mother saw the image of a cartoon beaver that had been cut next to the rear end of a fox, painting a very scandalous picture.

To make it worse, the image was in the middle of her infant daughters’s chest.

A mother was left shocked when she noticed the stitching on her eight-week-old's Marks & Spencer dungarees placed two animals in a very scandalous position

A mother was left shocked when she noticed the stitching on her eight-week-old’s Marks & Spencer dungarees placed two animals in a very scandalous position

The woman, who asked to remain anonymous, bought the £10 outfit from her local store, but when she put them on her child did a double take - as the picture was rather rude

The woman, who asked to remain anonymous, bought the £10 outfit from her local store, but when she put them on her child did a double take – as the picture was rather rude

She said: ‘I noticed this morning after the tags had been removed and God knows where the receipt is.

‘I had to laugh, I do think it’s hilarious. But not something I want my baby advertising on her chest. It’s a shame because the print is amazing, and the fabric is super soft.

‘How the person sewing the fabric together didn’t notice is beyond me.’

Marks & Spencer said it would ‘have a word with the design team’ after the mother contacted them on Twitter to ask what had gone wrong with the print.

Marks & Spencer said it would 'have a word with the design team' after the mother contacted them on Twitter to ask what had gone wrong with the print

Marks & Spencer said it would ‘have a word with the design team’ after the mother contacted them on Twitter to ask what had gone wrong with the print

Pictured: The dungarees

Pictured: The dungarees

The website shows the scene is not a regular occurrence, but rather the dungarees are emblazoned with adorable cartoon animals – such as a bear reading a book

She added: ‘Needless to say, I’ve paired it with a jumper.’

Another staff member then replied: ‘That seems like a “safe for work” idea.’

Marks and Spencer advertise the ‘Woodland’ dungarees for babies through to three-year-olds on their website for £10.

The website shows the scene is not a regular occurrence, but rather the dungarees are emblazoned with adorable cartoon animals – such as a bear reading a book.

The garment has an average of five stars from other customers.

Marks & Spencer said it is looking to replace the mother’s item. 

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