Online shopping is so easy these days, we can order a new pair of jeans at the click of the button and simply wait a few days for them to arrive.
But one young man probably wished he’d bought from a shop after his ASOS order turned up to his house – and his jeans were FAR too long.
George Riggall had purchased a 32-inch leg as usual from the online store, but when he unpackaged them he discovered that the legs stretched out WAY past any normal size.
We can only assume ASOS are making jeans for giants, because these definitely aren’t 32inch inside leg.
Who even has legs this long?
George told BuzzFeed : “I opened them and I was stood with my mum and she just started crying with laughter,” he said. “We couldn’t believe what I’d been sent, I was baffled – I don’t know who would fit these jeans. Probably nobody!”
His tweet has racked up over 19,000 retweets and 40,000 likes since he posted it on Thursday.
He even tried them on, just to show how ridiculously long they are.
Someone on Twitter praised his ‘seal impression’
At first, ASOS responded with a crying laughing emoji face, insisted that they are and sent him a link to a style website advising on turn-ups.
But as someone else pointed out, he would have HUGE turn-ups if he did that…
— Chris (@Cranky84) May 26, 2016
Eventually they told him to send over his order number and details so they can look into the issue.
@GeorgeRiggall DM us over the details, order number, email address & date of birth then we can look into it for you
— ASOS Here to Help (@ASOS_HeretoHelp) May 26, 2016
And it seems he’s not the only one having this problem…
Other people have also been tweeting to ASOS’ team asking if they’ve sent the incorrect jeans.
— Alex (@KETFLIXNDCHILL) May 14, 2016
What’s going on? Perhaps an error in printing the measurements for the people making them?
Or maybe the wrong labels have been sewn in to these extra long jeans.
But we’re not quite sure who they’re being made for.
— esme (@ezxxx_) May 18, 2016
As George pointed out, even Peter Crouch wouldn’t fit into them…
Mirror Online has contacted ASOS for comment.