A woman emerged online, having the Adidas Branded Logo on her leg. She wore a pair of the Adidas Company’s leggings in the scorching sun.
Aged 21, Danielle Viagus-Foster was sitting outside in the sun while patiently waiting for her friends to come around after a driving tutorial earlier in the week.
Viagus-Foster had the sun beat down on her for almost 1hr:30mins, not aware she was being turned into an advertisement by the harmful Ultraviolent Rays. On getting home, she removed her Adidas leggings and boom, she witnessed that the name of the corporation had been adversely branded onto her skin.
Afterward, Viagus-Foster then posted an image of her sun-burnt skin online with a caption: “Think I caught a tan through my Adidas leggings.”
Hails from Poole Dorset, Viagus Foster said: “I was like WTF. When I pulled off my leggings to put on something more comfortable… I couldn’t just stop laughing.”
Trust social media users! Many hurriedly commented saying Viagus-Foster should contact Adidas to get sponsorship money for advertising the company via her skin.
Responding, Viagus revealed she had sent a message to Adidas and would wait calmly to see what happens next. Nevertheless, her story became a hit as Britain continues to burn in the heat with Tropical Thursday, making its first appearance.
On the other hand, the United Kingdom has been boiling in 97F, a 36C temperature amid the grip of searing Saharan heatwaves threatening to clip train tracks.
Others individual has taken it upon themselves to also share their sunburnt images.
With designs including stars, sandal lines, and Batman logo.