& # 39; It's public indecency! & # 39; Student ends up on PrettyLittleThing about a skimpy £ 20 thigh split dress that barely covers her. UNDERWEARJessica Saunders, from Kent, bought the PLT Thigh Splint with Thigh Body Design looked completely different when it arrived, leaving little to the imagination shared frustration online Tweeten that she would be arrested & # 39; if she wore it Another shopper has previously thrown the same dress into a Twitter rant

Amber Ascroft for Mailonline

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05:58 EST, January 7, 2019

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7:16 am EST, January 7, 2019

A student has been touched by PrettyLittleThing's measurements after receiving a small black dress that could be arrested for public indecency. & # 39; Jessica Saunders from Kent bought a Black Extreme Thigh Split-paneled Plunge Bodycon dress with size 6 from the online fashion giant in the run-up to New Year celebrations. And she was a little startled when she tried to try out the dress, which is her usual size, to find out that it was not left to the imagination. She took the social media and twittered the brand and said: & # 39; Who is this in the name of God? ? People who want to be arrested for public immorality? & # 39;

Jessica Saunders from Kent bought PrettyLittleThing's Extreme Thigh Split-panel Plunge Bodycon dress in the run-up to the new year, but was shocked to find it looks totally different from the model on the siteCriminology student Jessica shared her tweet next to a photo of himself with the dress. In contrast to the model shot of the website, where the dress showed a flash of the thigh, the design Jessica received was cut right above her hip, forcing her to use an emoji to cover her modesty. She has brought back the dress but it seems that the brand is still to respond to her Tweet.MailOnline has contacted PrettyLittleThing for comment.

The image of the dress on the PrettyLittleThing website shows the dress that reveals a thigh flash

Jessica shared her frustration on Twitter, although it appears that the brand has not yet responded to social media. Jessie is not the first shopper who has slammed the online retailer's designs. Last month, Ashley Nicole Teran, 23 from Miami, shared her shock over the same dress. Dubbing it the sausage-purchase & # 39; she once made, the split of the black dress rose above her knicker line. "The team came into contact with Ashley after seeing the tweet and offered to return the item for a full refund and postage costs," a brand spokesman told Femail.

Last month, Ashley Nicole Teran, 23, from Miami beat the brand for the same dress that was split above her knicker line. It is the latest in a range of sizing failed by online fashion brands. Earlier in December, Lucy Anderson-Roberts left a red face after a piece of clothing she bought revealed her nipples. The 27-year-old was horrified when a £ 5-sum she bought, including PrettyLittleThing, placed cracks on her breasts than her stomach according to the model image.

In December Lucy Anderson-Roberts also got a red look when a top she ordered at online retailer Pretty Little Thing exposed her breasts. A Boohoo shopper was just as angry to find a size 14 trousers that barely fit one of her thighs. It comes as a recent test by Good Morning Britain revealed that 83 percent is forced to buy a larger size online, while one in three women say it has a negative effect on their self-esteem.

Shopper Ellie, from Yorkshire, criticized Boohoo for his measurements after buying a size 14 trousers that barely fits one of her thighs, pictured
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