Since Primark joined forces with Disney, the low budget retailer offers a variety of products.
From Aladdin to Mulan, there's literally anything for a fan to get their claws on.
And now after a shopper asked customers to "spot the mistake" on a Disney top , Primark fans seem to have noticed yet another blunder.
Posting under the name Matt James, the user shared a hilarious snap of the department store misspelling Winnie The Pooh.
- Shopper asks Primark to 'spot the mistake' after unlikely blunder on Disney top
The Disney character is undoubtably one of the most famous characters, so it's obvious when there's been a mistake.
Instead of spelling it as "Winnie", Primark accidentally misprinted the name to read "Winne".
After noticing the blunder, Matt shared a photo on Twitter, with the caption: "Spot the mistake @Primark @Disney."
The store also replied to the tweet, saying: "Woops, thank you for letting us know. We will pass your feedback onto our Buying Team."
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This comes after a Primark shopper was left baffled when they recently picked up a vest from the Disney villain range.
Posting on Twitter, Joanne shared an image of the purple top featuring characters Ursula, Maleficent and Snow White's Queen Grimhilde.
Along with the image, she said: "Spot the mistake!!! Hey @Primark your quality control needs sacking."
She then asked: "Will it be worth money in the future?"
Reponding to the tweet, Primark said: "Hi Joanne, thanks for your feedback! We will pass it onto our Buying Department."
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And on another occasion a shopper shared a Friends top which had a huge spelling error on the front.
A spokesperson told Daily Star Online at the time: "Where we identify a typing error on one of our products, we will remove the product concerned from sale as quickly as possible.
"Customers who purchased the product can return it to one of our stores for a full refund and we apologise for any inconvenience caused."
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