THERE’S nothing quite like scouring charity shop racks and spotting an absolute steal.
But if you learn anything from this woman’s experience, it’s that you should always, we mean always, inspect the item properly before taking it home.
A thrifty shopper picked up this red blazer for a charity shopCredit: Facebook
The thrifty shopper scored a stylish red blazer from the second-hand store which looks to be in top condition.
But upon closer inspection she discovered a note pinned to the inside of the pocket which left her scratching her head.
The note was rather morbid and read: “Bury me in this suit.”
Naturally, she didn’t quite know what to make of it, so took to Facebook instead.
She later spotted this note pinned to the inside of the pocketCredit: Facebook
The post quickly gained attention from other Facebook users with many raising some pretty valid questions.
The most asked question being why the previous owner’s wishes weren’t met.
“So damn sad… Her family most likely never saw this though. Kinda hard to find,” one person said.
To which one person replied: “Most likely they never saw the note or it wouldn’t have still been with the jacket”.
“Oh, I hope she got buried in something wonderful,” someone else added.
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Others, however, suggested another option many failed to consider.
“We don’t even know if the previous owner died. Maybe she went up or down in size and decided she needed to pick a new burial outfit,” they said.
One person took inspiration from the note and said: “I’m gonna start putting this in the pockets of all the clothes I donate.”
Meanwhile a woman previously told Fabulous that her entire wardrobe is second hand from charity shops.
Plus this couple share shocking note they received from their angry neighbour – but people think they have every right to be mad.
And stunned kitchen fitter finds secret note and gift hidden under flooring 20 years ago.