Bargain hunter shares the Ugg pair she nabbed saving over £70 – but trolls reckon they look like Ronald McDonald’s shoes | The Sun

A BARGAIN-HUNTING fashion fan was brutally savaged after bagging a pair of mini Ugg boots that cost her just £30.

Those who love and breathe all things fashion will know just how viral mini Ugg boots went this season – everyone from influencers to celebrities was rocking a pair of the comfy footwear.

So when Facebook user Sarah Astbury, from Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, spotted a pair going for just £30, she immediately nabbed it.

Pleased with her mini shopping haul, the style fanatic took to the popular Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Group on Facebook to share the find.

''Bargin of the day for me reduced from £103 to £30 Ugg shop [sic],'' Sarah was chuffed in the post.

The shopper also uploaded a snap of the new Ugg mini boots that she had purchased in baby blue.

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But despite saving more than £70, Sarah was quickly mocked for her buy, as 400 people flocked to comments to share their opinion on the fluffy boots.

Many 'fashion critics' were mortified and reckoned to footwear had an odd fit.

One exclaimed in sheer horror: ''Makes them look like Ronald McDonald's even though I know they're not.''

Another reckoned: ''They look like slippers.''

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''They look like you could paddle a boat with them,'' a third chuckled.

''Jaysus you could Cross the Atlantic in these [sic],'' someone else couldn't stop laughing.

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Fortunately, amongst the Facebook users were also heaps of supportive members of the groups who reminded others to be more kind.

''I actually feel really, really sorry for the poster,'' wrote one such person.

''All she wanted to do was show her bargain, which it absolutely is!!

''Yet all I can see is all the Miss ‘I like to make people feel like sh*t because something isn’t my style’ Lovely people fair play.''

''Some of these nasty comments from grown women embarrassing,'' a second agreed.

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