Woman Finds Dead Mouse Sewn Into Her Fancy New Outfit

Good luck and god speed, Zara Customer Service.

You're rocking a hot new outfit at work, and feel a weird bump in the seam. One of those damn security tags, you think, shoving it out the way while you talk to your boss.

But it won't budge. What the hell? It's in the actual lining of the dress. You look closer. It won't... it won't come out... 

MANHATTAN SUPREME COURT

IT'S A MOUSE. THAT IS WHY. IT'S A DEAD ****ING MOUSE, SEWN *INTO* THE LINING OF THE OUTFIT YOU HAVE ON YOUR BODY.

Im-ag-ine. Then think of poor Cailey Fiesel, who bought two dresses off the rack at a Zara store in Greenwich, Connecticut. and later sued their asses when she went through this traumatic experience in her workplace.

MANHATTAN SUPREME COURT

Manhattan Supreme Court said: "To her utter shock and disbelief, as she ran her hand over the hem of the dress she felt an unusual bulge and suddenly realized that it was not a string that was rubbing against her leg but was instead a leg rubbing against her leg. The leg of a dead rodent that is."

AHHHHHHHHH

"Ms. Fiesel jumped out of her chair in shock," the suit continues, describing Fiesel as "paralyzed with fear." "After removing the dress she found that a dead rodent was sewn into the hem."

WT ACTUAL FFFFFFF

The court papers included black and white photos of the dress, "conspicuously depicting the dead rodent with at least one of its appendages protruding."

Fiesel is suing for unspecified damages not only for the emotional distress that the incident caused, but also for the large rash from a "rodent-born disease" with which she was subsequently diagnosed.

That's it, we're becoming nudists. 

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