A MUM ordered a T-shirt with an adorable frog and toad picture online for her little girl because she thought it would be cute.
But when a similar top arrived her jaw dropped because it had a slogan added underneath that read “f*** the police”.
1 Fortunately little Salem, 3, was too young to read the offensive writing on her T-shirtCredit: Kelsey Dawn Williamson
Kelsey Dawn Williamson ordered the innocent looking top from Chinese website Aliexpress believing it would only feature a graphic of the characters Frog and Toad, from Arthur Lobel’s much loved 1970 children’s book of the same name.
But when the clothing item arrived in the post, it had the profane statement added on the bottom that was most definitely not in the kids’ novel.
After her initial shock wore off, Kelsey, from Illinois, managed to see the funny side.
She posted a photo of Salem wearing the rude T-shirt on Facebook.
She said: “What I ordered VS what I received. I f***ing love China.
“I cannot stop screaming. WHO DOES THIS?’
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The post quickly went viral, garnering 55,000 likes and hundreds of comments.
But while most found it hilarious, others on social media found the T-shirt inappropriate for the three-year-old to wear before obnoxious trolls joined the fray to make cruel comments.
Speaking with BuzzFeed yesterday, Kelsey said: “People were actually messaging me just to say mean things about her.
“A ton of people calling her fat, asking me what I feed her to make her so big, telling me the shirt I bought was too small.”
Meanwhile, AliExpress has not responded to media inquiries about how the anti-police slogan appeared on the shirt.
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