PEOPLE have been left heartbroken after reading a review left by a man on the Marks & Spencer website after he bought a pair of slippers.
After purchasing the £19.50 pair of Freshfeet slippers, the shopper revealed that he lost his right leg, so can only ever wear one, and offered to give away the other slipper for free for anyone who might have lost one.
The review was left on a pair of slippers on the M&S website
The man gave the comfy pair of M&S slippers a five-star rating and started his review with: “Very comfortable size 8 r/h slipper seeks owner.”
He continued: “I felt like a change having worn the same style of M & S Slipper for over forty years. These looked modern, they are certainly warm and very comfortable too.
“5 years ago i lost my right leg so I never wear the right slipper. So if you are missing a left and take a size 8 slipper and need a right slipper i am allowing M & S to give you my email address and you can have one for free, just contact me…”
The candid review has been shared on Twitter by writer Jayne Sharp who spotted it while browsing the site for a present for her dad.
It was later shared on Twitter where it’s left people heartbrokenCredit: Twitter/@JayneSharp
Sharing a screenshot, she wrote: “Just looking at slippers for dad for Christmas & came across this review on @marksandspencer’s website. I think I’ve got something in my eye.”
The post has racked up dozens of comments from people choked up by the sweet gesture.
“Not just the spirit of Christmas, that’s the spirit of humanity. Somehow the smallest of gestures make the most impact,” one person wrote. “Who ever you are, you have my utmost respect.”
And alongside a broken heart and crying emoji, another wrote: “ohhhh!!! I’m not crying… put away those onions.”
While a third wrote: “What a total darling they are.”
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