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If you've ever ordered something online, and what you've received in the post isn't quite what you thought you'd get, then you'll understand what it's like when expectations don't live up to reality.

That's exactly what happened to this mum when she ordered a lovely children's t-shirt for her three-year-old daughter Salem, and received an extremely NSFW version, instead.

Taking to Facebook, mum Kelsey Dawn Williamson shared a screenshot of the t-shirt she'd ordered for Salem, and then shared a photograph of her daughter wearing the t-shirt that they actually received in the post.

In the post, she wrote:

What I ordered VS what I received.

I f****** love China. I cannot stop screaming. WHO DOES THIS.

The now famous t-shirt came from the online shopping store Aliexpress, and Kelsey fell in love with the design showing a frog and a toad riding a bicycle, however, she was shocked when what arrived definitely wasn't what had been advertised on the site.

Below the picture was the not safe for work slogan:

F*** the police

Speaking to KidSpot about the hilarious mix-up, Kelsey said:

I originally just shared the t-shirt with only my friends until one of them wanted to share it to their profile, so I made it public.

I definitely wasn’t expecting it to go this far.

It all happened so fast.

Naturally, she couldn't resist popping the t-shirt onto her daughter, who is unable to read, for a quick photo shoot.

Salem can’t read, so she had no idea what was going on.

But it’s really common for me to make her try stuff on that comes in the mail and take 100 pictures.

So I think she thought that's what was happening.

I do agree that the shirt is inappropriate and I’d never let her wear it in a public place.

The situation itself was just funny not to share, how does this even happen?!

However, not everyone who has come across the photographs has been supportive, with some people criticising the young mother for sharing the images:

It’s been so ridiculous.

The tears were flowing last night.

I almost even deleted it, I just wanted it to stop.

I still see mean comments occasionally but it’s gotten easier to just ignore it.

But nothing will stop me from putting the shirt straight to Salem's baby box with all of her other important items!

Other social media users, however, saw the funny side.

HT The Poke

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