Over the last few weeks, shoppers in Primark have been noticing some very awkward design errors on different pieces of their clothing.
There was the Disney top with the Harry Potter logo, the I'd rather be watching Friends top that had a missing letter and of course the Winnie the Pooh one were Winnie was misspelled.
In fact, there have been so many issues of late that customers have begun calling on the company to "sack" their quality control.
But it seems it's not just clothing that features blunders – there are a few mistakes being made over in the homeware department as well.
An eagle-eyed young woman named Mel recently realised there was a spelling mess up on a bedding set currently sold by Primark.
The duvet cover is printed with a sweet design featuring a unicorn in the snow and comes with a matching pillowcase.
The pillow is meant to read "I believe in unicorns" in a swirly dark purple font.
However there's very clearly a letter missing from the phrase, so it actually reads "I belive in Unicorns".
Mel shared a photo of the bedding set blunder on Twitter , writing alongside it: " @Primark found this in your store … whoops spot the mistake."
Primark's customer service Twitter account took the time to respond to her post, but they didn't seem too bothered by the error – as they even made a joke about it at their own expense.
They said: "Oh gosh, can't "belive" we made a mistake like that! We'll pass this on to our relevant department, thanks for pointing it out to us!"
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