Illinois mother left startled after she ordered a nice t-shirt from China for her young daughter just to come in the mail with the slogan & # 39; F ** k The Police & # 39; printed on it
- Earlier this month, Kelsey Dawn Williamson ordered a $ 6 t-shirt for her daughter Salem from the Chinese website AliExpress
- The shirt had to contain the children's book characters Frog and Toad, but it came in the mail with the words & # 39; F ** k The Police & # 39; printed on it
- Williamson was initially shocked, but she soon saw the funny side and uploaded a photo to Facebook of her toddler wearing the garment
- The mail went viral quickly, and although most saw the humor in the situation, some social media users have embarrassed Williamson for the weight of her daughter
An Illinois mother was shocked after a t-shirt she bought for her young daughter arrived from the internet in the post with a very rude slogan printed on it.
Earlier this month, Kelsey Dawn Williamson ordered the $ 6 tee from AliExpress as a gift for her three year old, Salem.
Williamson bought the article from the online store in China, assuming it would only contain an image of the characters Frog and Toad, from Arthur Lobel's beloved children's book from 1970.
However, when the shirt was delivered to her home, the mother was surprised to see the words & # 39; F ** k The Police & # 39; were also printed under the cute image.
Kelsey Dawn Williamson ordered a $ 6 tee from AliExpress for his daughter Salem earlier this month, just because it also arrived with a very rude slogan printed on it
Williamson has shared this post with Facebook, which quickly went viral on the social media site
After her first surprise failed, Williamson managed to see the funny side of the situation and posted a photo of Salem wearing the rather rude t-shirt on Facebook.
& # 39; What I ordered, VS what I received. I f ** king love China. I can't stop yelling. WHO IS THIS? & # 39; Williamson wrote in the tee under the image of her toddler.
The mother's mail went viral quickly and collected 55,000 likes and hundreds of responses.
Although many managed to find humor in the Facebook post, some thought the item of clothing was not suitable for the three-year-old to wear, not even as a joke.
In the meantime, others struck and criticized Salem's body.
Williamson was confronted with criticism for sharing a photo of Salem in the shirt – with several people criticizing the weight of the toddler
Speak with BuzzFeed on Thursday, Williamson stated: & # 39; People were really telling me just to say mean things about her. Many people call her fat, ask me what I give her to make her so big, and say that the shirt I bought is too small. & # 39;
The mother even considered deleting her message because of the offensive comments, before she decided to add an amendment to her original post instead.
& # 39; Edit because I have seen some annoying attitudes & # 39 ;, she wrote.
& # 39; Salem is three and cannot read. I didn't buy this. This is what I was sent. No, she will not wear it in public & # 39 ;.
Williamson also added: “She sees specialists for her weight. She can't help it. I can not help it. My husband can't help it. It is out of our control. Just laugh at the funny shirt.
Meanwhile, AliExpress has not responded to questions from the media about how the children's shirt succeeded in showing the anti-police slogan.
Williamson considered deleting her message because of the offensive comments before she decided to add an amendment to her original message instead (photo)
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