Malaysian singer Shah Indrawan found himself in a tricky predicament after his daughter splashed nail polish on some clothes at a Levi’s outlet in Kuala Lumpur.
He ended up having to pay about RM 5,593 (or SGD $1,689.88) for the damaged items.
He shared about the incident on his Instagram, saying that he was with his family at the mall to break their fast, before stopping by the clothes shop at about 9.30 pm.
Unknown to him and his wife, their daughter went around the store and caused RM 5.6k worth of damages to the items, and by the time he realised what she had done, it was too late.
He said that he understood the store’s rules and he had to buy the items because they were damaged.
He lamented about the prices of the damaged items, with his daughter splattering nail police on 4 pairs of jeans worth about RM 1,299 each (SGD $392.48), two shirts worth RM499 each (SGD $150.77) and another top worth RM899 (SGD $271.63).
The total amount of damaged items came up to about RM7,093, although the store did give him a slight discount.
He shared that he would be reselling the clothes that he was “forced” to buy because they were not his size, and he sought support from his followers to buy the stained clothes at cheaper prices.
He is selling each pair of the jeans at RM800 each, as well as between RM299 to RM399 for the two shirts.
His netizens shared his pain and commended him for his calm demeanor during the whole incident, with others offering to buy the clothes from the singer.
Another netizen remarked that if Shah autographed the jeans and asked some of his other celebrity friends to sign it, it would become a limited edition item and he could potentially make his money back.