17 Years Later, A Customer Finally Returns A Gap Shirt

by MR Magazine Staff

Call it the greatest clothing return of all time: In the past few days, an image surfaced on the Internet of a shirt that a customer returned to Gap nearly 17 years later, long past the store’s 45-day return policy. The technicality-evading piece in question—now considered vintage—is a red BabyGap button-up shirt with an attached vest complete with the original tag still intact. The store’s management was apparently none too pleased. The natty child’s collector’s item was hung next to a sign that began with: “Who on Earth accepted this as a return?!?!?!” And a few questions still remain: Did the customer receive a full refund or store credit? And did they even have the receipt? Read more at Vogue.