Even if you don’t own a Louis Vuitton, you know that LV logo. You know it means expensive.
So what do you do if a child gets vomit on it? Make their parents pony up the cash to replace it?
A woman was flying with her sick son, when he yacked on the plane. Some of his vomit managed to make it under the seat and landed on an very expensive LouisVuitton handbag.
As you can imagine, the owner of the bad wasn’t too happy. After checking on the kiddo first, the owner of the purse asked the family to pay for the bag to be cleaned.
As anyone would before shelling out cash, the mother inspected the bag. There was nothing on it. There was no damage. While that may be true, the bag owner was claiming the smell “is now ingrained” in the bag.
Everyone involved exchanges emails. Sure enough, after a cleaning, the smell isn’t coming out of the bag and the owner demands a brand new Louis Vuitton.
Perhaps if mom had offered to have the purse cleaned first, the whole situation could have been avoided. What do you think?