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A cringe-worthy fashion faux-pas has been shared by a Zara customer who bought a pair of leather pants only to find out they make a loud farting noise. In a hilarious clip, TikTok user @julialennaaa shares the awkward sound effect and how she first became aware of it. Talking directly to the camera with a serious face, she gives a solemn warning and says: "Please just keep watching if you shop at Zara." Julia, from New York, explains that she got the "very tight" chic trousers from Zara and was impressed enough with the style and fit that she decided to wear them for a special occasion. The trousers look chic but can make a loud farting sound (Image: TikTok
A mum says she had to send 50 emails to Boohoo in order to be refunded for some jewellery. Earlier this month, the woman, who asked not to be named, spent £14 on the gift for her daughter's birthday. But sadly, it never arrived and the company initially told her it was lost. The mum asked for her money back, which she says led to a battle with the company's customer services team. Boohoo later found the package but said for her to claim for a refund she would have to return it when it arrived. The pensioner, who lives in Calcot, told BerkshireLive that this presented her with a "nightmare" due to her health issues. The customer
BRENDAN SMIALOWSKIGetty Images Like much of this year, the 2020 presidential debates have been unprecedented, to say the least. The first—and so far, only—debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden quickly descended into chaos as Trump repeatedly interrupted both Biden and the moderator, Fox News' Chris Wallace, who was unable to take control of the debate or stop Trump from steamrolling over the evening.But during Trump's town hall on Thursday—one that aired at the same time as Biden's own on ABC—the president was faced with a new kind of moderator: NBC's Savannah Guthrie. Guthrie came ready, calling Trump out on his inconsistencies and lies, delivering pointed questions and then following up when he tried to deflect.