M&S Shorten Fly Zips On Chinos, Male Customers Report Difficulties Going To The Toilet

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Marks and Spencer left some of their male customers in a bit of an awkward situation after they shortened the fly zip on some of their chino trousers by one inch.

Unfortunately for a number of guys this change caused a few logistical difficulties when they attempted to go to the toilet.

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The unfortunate lads took to social media and the company’s website to complain to M&S after discovering the issue with the £29.50 Activewaist Water Repellent chino trousers. And, given how difficult it apparently is to pee while wearing these things, we’re starting to understand why these particular pants might be waterproof!

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One unhappy customer, Simon Astley, from Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, said:

The zip finished one inch higher than previously. To be precise the crotch-to-zip measurement was two inches for years and years and now it’s three inches. They have created what might best be described as a logistical problem for us chaps. Is cost cutting the reason? I have been wearing the same chinos for 30-odd years with no problems so who decided to make the change? Male or female? Sadly nobody seems to have considered the implications.

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Simon wasn’t the only person to complain, as the M&S site was inundated with bad reviews for the trousers.

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A spokesman for Marks & Spencer admitted that a small batch of chino trousers had been made with shorter zips and the problem had now been dealt with.

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He added:

We had a very small number of customer complaints. We addressed this quickly and the zips are now back to the standard length.

Customers who bought the not-so-functional trousers have been offered refunds. You see, this is why they’re number one…


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