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Primark shorts made in Chinese prison contained worker’s anti-depressants

by | 2nd, September 2015

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In the Sun we meet “HORRIFIED Adam Travers” who found drugs in the pocket of his new Primark swimming shorts.

Adam’s girlfriend Hannah Youell found nine white pills in an envelope in the buttoned back pocket of the Chinese-made clothes as she prepared to wash them before a holiday.

 

Adam paid just £5 for the trunks at Primark in Portsmouth.

This was not an marketing scam to get adolescents into the store, but something else.

Their tests revealed the pills, marked with the letters MDZ, are a prescription anti-depressant.

Why-oh-why would

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