A mother has warned parents about ‘Aldi baby sleeping bag’ as her daughter’s neck tangled in the bedding.
Tasha Wright took this issue to Facebook to warn parents after her daughter’s neck was left sore from the baby sleeping bag.
Tasha claimed that her daughter’s neck got caught on a loose thread that left her neck sore.
She shared the pictures on Facebook and urged parents to be careful.
She wrote on Facebook: “Please if you have bought Aldi bedding in the recent baby and toddler event check the stitching on it…I came in to this this morning and I haven’t stopped crying since.”
“We are so incredibly lucky that she is ok.”
She told that she bought the Aldi bed set at the baby and toddler event. The stitching on it left her daughter injured and the mother urged everyone to check the stitching no matter what brand they are using.
She wrote: “On this occasion it was the Aldi bed set I bought at the baby and toddler event. Please check all stitching no matter the brand.”
She informed the Aldi head office after the incident and sent them photos. She wrote: “Aldi head office has been informed and sent the photos (with a very strong email of complaint) Citizens advice are going to help me get in touch with trading standards.”
The Internet users supported the mother and thanked her for sharing the pictures of the incident.
Aldi has apologized for the incident and informed the supplier about the product so they can look into the matter.
Aldi told The Sun in a statement: “We are sorry to hear about the Wright family’s experience and have arranged for the product to be collected and returned to our supplier so they can look into this immediately.”
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