ASOS supplier refused permission to inspect radioactive belts

ASOS supplier refused permission to inspect radioactive belts

The man named by online fashion retailer ASOS as the supplier of radioactive belts claims he has been refused permission to inspect them.

Faizan Haq, of Haq International, said that documents supplied to him do not match the description of the goods he sent.

ASOS recalled 49 belts across 14 countries after US authorities pulled one, which later tested positive for radioactivity.

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