Onions instead of jeans when a woman orders jeans online
An anonymous buyer allegedly claimed that she ordered secondhand pants online and received a bag of onions in place of them, according to a report in the Mirror.
The concept of shopping has completely transformed owing to e-commerce platforms. Nowadays, you can buy practically anything online and have it delivered right to your home with just a few clicks. However, let's acknowledge that there are also certain risks involved. When things are delivered incorrectly or in pieces, it frequently makes the news. Recently, one such incident has monopolized our online attention. An anonymous buyer allegedly claimed that she ordered secondhand pants online and received a bag of onions in place of them, according to a report in the Mirror.
The woman purchased the jeans from the British second-hand clothing marketplace Depop, according to the report. After getting the onions, she called the seller to let them know what had happened. They, however, "claimed to be just as perplexed as I was, and insisted they had no idea how the onions got there,"
The same thing happened to a Bihar man who ordered a drone camera from an online store but received a kilogram of potatoes instead. As well as that, he produced a video about it, which became very popular on the web.
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