[NSFW] Note to all: Make sure you’re fully clothed when photographing products for review/sale

[NSFW] Note to all: Make sure you’re fully clothed when photographing products for review/sale

Louise from Stevenage loved her new LG washing machine and the fact it plays a nice tune when it finished washing so she did the honourable thing of leaving a review of others to read, it read:

Love my new machine it’s nice and quite nice big door and plays a nice tune when it’s finished washing love it

However, those reading her review were left a little shocked at the attached image she uploaded, the photo was a full frontal of the washing machine along with a reflection of a dog sleeping…. oh and a topless reflection of presumably Louise.

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The photo has since been removed (trust us we checked). Via markmilligan01 on Twitter.

This isn’t the first time this has happened:

eBay Yellow Dress

Aimi Jones (eBay user sugartit-2) aged 21 at the time (2013) posted this £15.99 Asos dress on eBay, it soon skyrocketed to £100,000+ in bids.
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24 hours later she realised the mistake and removed the listing, of course the eBay listing remained until it was eventually removed, she eventually reposted the dress on eBay

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