Cailey Fiesel discovered a dead mouse in the lining of her new dress one day at work, just weeks after buying it.
The 24 year old felt something scratch her leg and when she reached down, she realized that what she thought was a string, was something far more disturbing.
"When I went to pull at it, it didn't feel like a string. I then felt the hem of the dress and it felt like there was some sort of sensor. Fiesel told New York Post. "I turned up the seam of the dress and saw it was not a sensor and that it was a mouse."
She didn't discover the dead rodent until she noticed a foul odor coming from the dress and then felt it's lifeless paw against her leg.
She immediately changed into another outfit, but it was too late.
Her lawsuit against the manufacturer, Zara, states that she suffered emotional distress from the incident, and that she developed a large rash that was diagnosed as a "rodent-born disease."
Fiesel's lawyer told New York Post that they tried to settle the claim with Zara outside of court, but the company refused. Although the tag on the dress says that it was made in Turkey, a spokesperson for Zara USA confirms that they are aware of the suit.
"Zara USA has stringent health and safety standards, and we are committed to ensuring that all of our products meet these rigorous requirements," he told New York Post.
Hopefully, she wins her suit and something like this never happens again!
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