Woman Mouse Sewn Zara Dress


We always recommend washing new clothes, because they can contain large quantities of toxic products, following questionable manufacturing methods. But after what uncovered this American woman, it will have to double attention! A meticulous check of the items in the store is necessary, if you do not want to have bad surprises! Cailey Fiesel testifies to her bad experience after buying a Zara dress.


Cailey Fiesel is a 24-year-old woman from Manhattan, a borough of New York City in the United States. It was in August 2016 that her name became better known when she sued, following the discovery of an unwanted accessory sewn into her new dress Zara: a dead rodent!

Indeed, Cailey had bought two dresses of the famous Spanish brand in July, but put one for the first time only after a month, in August. A simple black dress she wore during a day's work.

Installed in her office, the young woman smelled a stinking smell, but could not detect the source. Even when she was changing places, the smell followed her, but in no way suspected that she could come from her new dress.

"During the day, Cailey Fiesel felt something, like a loose thread, rubbing against his leg. Without thinking, she put her hand under her dress to try to find the thread. "According to statements in the Supreme Court of Manhattan trial.


Cailey was shocked when she passed her hand over the hem of the dress. She felt a small bump and was surprised to discover that what was rubbing against her leg was not a misplaced thread, but rather a mouse paw.

The young woman jumped from her chair, following this discovery, and was immediately surrounded by her colleagues curious to know the reason for this agitation. Without waiting, Cailey ran to the toilet to remove the dress and it was there that she found that a dead rodent was indeed sewn into the hem of her dress.
 "I saw a little paw coming out of the hem of the dress and it was terrifying. I was completely paralyzed with fear and shock. My eyes saw it was a mouse, but my mind refused to admit it. "

The file submitted to the Supreme Court has several black and white photographs clearly depicting a portion of the dead rodent.
Cailey Fiesel's trial cited not only the emotional distress she suffered as a result of the incident, but also the fact that she had a rash, diagnosed as a rodent disease.

In a statement to the New York Daily News, Zara said she was aware of the trial and that investigations were ongoing. "Zara USA has strict health and safety standards and we are committed to ensuring that all our products meet these requirements."

Cailey Fiesel files a lawsuit for unspecified damages, claiming that the company has failed in its duty of care and vigilance in the design, manufacture, inspection, distribution, delivery and sale of its products by "placing on the market A defective product carrying rodent disease ".



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