Woman Finds Terrifying Note In Daughter's Underwear Package!

A Michigan mom's world was rocked when she opened up a package of  girl's underwear she bought for her daughter and found folded up inside  a small piece of cardboard with the words "Help me plz" on it. 

On the back was a woman's name, May Ann, and phone number. It also said she was in the Philippines, which is where the underwear was made. 

The mom, Nicole Perez,  told her local ABC affiliate how she felt when she saw the note saying,  "I was terrified. I just felt like everything just dropped to my  stomach."


Nicole worried about the potential of forced or child labor.  There was no answer to the phone number on the note, possibly because  it's a pre-paid phone number. Also, since Nicole bought the underwear  new but second-hand, there is no telling how long ago the note was  written. 


She emailed the New York-based manufacturer who apologized and  offered her a new package of underwear. They also plan to look into if  the note is a legitimate claim of abuse but told ABC that they are  constantly being audited by licensers and retailers to make sure their  factories abide by labor laws. 

The whole incident has left Nicole  disturbed. She said, "This can happen to anything that you buy. You  never know but you are a little bit more aware of where things are  coming from."

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