Looks like Puma didn't do some quality assurance tests before releasing these leggings, and this woman suffered the embarrassing consequences...
The 27-year-old from London, hit out at Puma on social media after her new gym leggings left her feeling ridiculed in a busy gym.
‘Everyone could see my bum’, she said.
As she worked out, happy with her new leggings, she noticed several heads turn towards her, thinking that they were taking interest in her new purchase. As she energetically bent down to stretch however, her friend, who was both surprised and in shock, pointed out that the leggings were transparent and that they revealed a little more than she had expected.
Hitting back at Puma
She says that she was left traumatised by the event, she described her experience on Puma’s Facebook page. And to prove it was true, she attached a picture. As a result, millions of people have now seen the photo and shared it all over the internet.
This isn't the first time a clothing brand has made a bit of a blunder and forgotten to do the proper "booty tests", as Kimberly puts it. A few years back, Lululemon had a number of products recalled for a similar problem.