Boohoo blasted by student whose white bodysuit had blood on the crotch

‘It’s gross and disgusting!’ Student, 18, blasts Boohoo after a £12 white bodysuit she ordered for a holiday arrived with a blood stain on the crotch

  • Jasmin Richardson, 18, from Bracknell, Berkshire, ordered Boohoo bodysuit
  • When she pulled it up her legs, she spotted the blood stains on the crotch
  • She claims the item also arrived without a hygiene sticker on it
  • Despite complaining, she’s yet to hear back or receive a refund 

A disgusted student has blasted Boohoo after she claims she bought a supposedly new bodysuit only to discover a ‘period blood’ stain in the crotch.

Jasmin Richardson, 18, from Bracknell, Berkshire, was pulling the size 12 bodysuit up her legs when she spotted the bloody stains and quickly whipped it off in horror earlier this month.

The fashion-conscious teen claims that the £12 item, now on sale for £6, didn’t have a hygiene sticker on it and despite complaining numerous times on social media she has yet to hear back from the online giant or receive a refund.

Student Jasmin Richardson, 18, from Bracknell, Berkshire, pictured here with boyfriend Kai, was horrified when a size 12 bodysuit from online retailer Boohoo arrived with blood stains on the crotch

The fashion-conscious teen ordered the ‘slinky square neck bodysuit’ in white and a size from the online fashion retailer earlier this month. She quickly whipped it off when she made the grim discovery 

Jasmin describes the bloodstained bodysuit above as ‘really gross and disgusting’ and believes it to be period blood

‘I went to try it on over my tights and as I was pulling them up I noticed the hygiene sticker was missing and that something was on it,’ explained the fashionista.

‘I didn’t actually manage to put it on as I remember thinking “what’s that?” When I had a closer look I could see what it was, it was disgusting.’ 

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The stylish student thinks she knows exactly what the blood stain is, too.

‘I think it’s period blood for sure,’ she said. ‘It’s really gross and disgusting. They’ve obviously not checked their refunds, it’s so unhygienic.  

‘I don’t know anything about the person whose blood it is, they could have anything, it’s so gross and the health implications could have been really serious.’

Jasmin says she messaged Boohoo regrading the dirty item which she claims  arrived without a hygiene sticker

Jasmin ordered the item, now reduced to £6, earlier this month to take on an upcoming family trip to Cuba. 

‘I order from Boohoo quite a bit especially when they have an offer on,’ said the 18-year-old. ‘I ordered a few things including the white bodysuit – everything else was fine.’ 

‘When the delivery arrived I was excited because I was supposed to be taking it on holiday with me to Cuba, but instead it was disgusting. I took a picture as I knew I was going to send it back and complain about it.’

Despite complaining on social media, Jasmin says she is yet to hear back from the online giant or receive a refund for the product, which is now reduced to £6

Now, Jasmin claims that despite contacting Boohoo multiple times through social media, she has yet to receive a response or a refund. 

‘I private messaged them twice and then friends said to tweet publicly and they might respond, they didn’t get back to me at all,’ Jasmin said. 

‘I’ve sent it back and I’m really angry about it. I’d like an apology and my money back as well. It’s definitely put me off shopping there in future.’

A Boohoo spokesman told FEMAIL: ‘We are in direct communication with the customer in relation to this matter. We have offered a full refund and a gesture of good will. 

‘Furthermore, we are conducting a full investigation to understand how this could have happened. The warehouse team do have policy’s and procedure in place are working to ensure that an incident of this type does not happen again.’ 

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