The Jaw-Dropping Reason No One Bought These Cheap T-Shirts
We know the big benefit that comes with owning a basic white t-shirt: it's something that pairs well with practically anything, from jeans to a dressed-down suit. And getting said t-shirt at a seriously discounted price? That's even better — or so we thought, before a nonprofit organisation named Fashion Revolution set up a vending machine in Berlin, charging customers a mere 2 euros (roughly £1.50) a pop for the simple style. As people lined up to pay, a video popped up showing them how the tees were made and who they were made by. Let's just say it wasn't what the customers — or we, for that matter — expected. Read on to watch what happened. Really makes you think, doesn't it?