A police investigation was launched last night after it emerged that thousands of pairs of Primark leggings contain traces of camel toe.
The revelation came after numerous sightings were reported at police stations across the country. One distraught husband even presented at his local Accident & Emergency Department and was said to be suffering from emotional and psychological trauma after witnessing his wife preparing to leave the house while wearing her most recent purchase.
Dr William Byrne, a Consultant in Emergency Medicine at the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle said, "We had a 28 year-old gentleman present yesterday afternoon suffering what appeared to be a very severe case of anxiety. He had grave concerns about his vision following the traumatic experience but we have managed to relieve his anxiety and he is now in a stable enough condition to be discharged at some point later today."
Detective Inspector Bryn Adda of Heddlu De Cymru said, "We are taking this investigation very seriously. We now have over 100 public sightings with a high concentration being from the Glasgow, Newcastle and Cardiff areas. It seems the focus of the horsemeat scandal has now moved beyond the food industry and rogue materials are now being found present in all kinds of products."