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Gap Boss Astonished After Employee Accepts Shirt Return From 2000

Gap Boss Astonished After Employee Accepts Shirt Return From 2000

We've all had to return a piece of clothing at one time or another. It's a situation that could be forever avoided with the help of changing rooms but, y'know, who can arsed with them?

Just get the shit, get out of there and hope for the best. If your jeans don't fit, take them back.

Make you sure you do it on time, though, within a couple of days or weeks. Not years.

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Can you believe that? Some punter not only preserving an item of clothing since the turn of the millennium but then having the gonads to go to his local GAP to give it back as if brand new?

It's a safe bet that that shirt & waistcoat is older than some of the shop's employees.

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The angry note from the manager reads: "Who on Earth accepted this as a return?!?!?!

"This item is from the summer of 2000! That was almost 17 years ago!

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"Our return policy is 45 days! If you're not sure, ASK!"

Ask? When there's potential laughs to be had? Not on my watch, or this employer's watch... who is probably halfway to Cuba right now.

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Topics: Clothing, Fashion

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Josh Teal is a journalist at LADbible. He has contributed to the 'Knowing Me, Knowing EU' and 'UOKM8?' campaigns interviewing everyone from student drug dealers to climate change activists.