A woman’s online purchase turned into a hysterical mistake, when she was delivered a pair of pants that appeared to be almost as tall as she was.
While shopping for jeans online can cause cyber-consumers hell, women’s trouser length has revealed a whole new debacle in the digital e-commerce space.
Share the situation in a ICT Tac video, the woman named Levi explained that she bought a pair of sweatpants for “AliExpress”.
“They came today…just wondering if I’m a thin man?” she asked, holding the hilarious sweatpants in front of the camera as she pulled back to reveal the extent of the length.
Levi stood, holding the pants in front of his eyes, as the handcuffs trailed the length of his body to the floor.
She revealed that she was just under 171cm tall in her video and the pants were slightly taller than she had expected.
The video has since been viewed more than a million times, with many users demanding a follow-up explanation.
In an accompanying post, Levi noted that the pants were still far too long to wear, even when folded.
“I’ve had [pants] before that weren’t as long next to my body,” she said.
Levi showed herself in the pants before pulling them up with a foot length of fabric trailing in front of her feet.
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While “ruffling” the pants, she said “I mean, with shoes, I could probably wear them.”
“Cut a few off, then flip the end over and sew it together – you should be fine,” one user suggested.
“You’re supposed to roll them up so they’re wrinkled at the bottom,” another shared.
While taller users advised Levi to send the pants “their way”.
“I am 1m80”, I will take them”, joked a user.
“Can you post the link for all tall people please,” laughed another.