A mum of five was "gobsmacked" to find offensive slogans printed on a pair of Reebok leggings bought online as a gift for her daughter's ninth birthday.
The words 'Not for your entertainment' were printed on the crotch while 'Don't give a f**k' could be read on the leg.
Kirsty Deal purchased the leggings as a present for her daughter's birthday but only noticed the slogans when she was removing the label so her daughter could wear them to dance class.
Mrs Deal pointed out that she could easily have bought the leggings for a younger child as they were on sale online in ages 7-8y, 9-10y and 11-12y.
According to the Sun newspaper, Reebok have apologised and pulled the leggings from sale, saying the print was not intended for use on the youth/junior range of clothing.
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