I shop in charity shops and people say the most awful things to me but no, I don’t smell of wee | The Sun

A WOMAN who describes herself as a die-hard charity shop fan often finds herself on the receiving end of cruel comments from trolls.

Francesca regularly takes to her TikTok page to share updates on her bargain finds at charity shops and car boot sales.

And she recently posted a video in which she revealed "things people have said because I go to charity shops".

The first insult Francesca has received on multiple occasions is people calling her a "dirty scruff".

Media attention on her charity shop pursuits led trolls to ask her: "Aren’t you embarrassed you were in the newspaper?"

Others assume that Francesca "must be poor".

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And perhaps the most insulting of them all is when someone tells her: "I bet your clothes stink of wee."

Despite the rude comments, Francesca does her best to maintain her "positive vibes", and captioned the video: "It's all rock n roll baby."

People in the comments section were quick to praise Francesca for her positive attitude, with one writing: "wonder if any of them ever been in a charity shop and if they don't like your content they can scroll past.

"I think you're brilliant."

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"People are shocking eh!!" another added.

"A women I used to work with always looked lovely and I always complimented her outfits and they were charity shops!!"

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And a third wrote: "My whole wardrobe is from the charity shop absolutely love going the thrill of a good bargain is good for the soul I say."

As another comment read: "Not me paying £6.49 for a brand new with tags Ralph Lauren hoodie from a charity shop. Who doesn’t love a bargain."

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