There could be a potential recall on Next's jelly sandals for children, after a mum found that they'd injured her child after only 30 minutes of wear.
As you can see from the photos, the child's feet are bleeding after wearing the jelly shoes, bought at Next.
Lisa Connor said that her daughter, Esmé, wore the £8 shoes for a short time, and wasn't doing anything particularly strenuous to cause such bleeding.
She said: "Esmé was in absolute agony. I couldn't believe it because she had only been wearing them for half an hour."
"It's not like she was running around in them for hours. She was just plodding around the house and then came running in in tears. There was blood all round her ankle and on the soles of her foot. Of course there will be new shoes that rub, but this is ridiculous."
Next have said that they will collect the shoes from the family, which could well lead to a safety recall.
Lisa continued: "Other parents saw my pictures and messaged me to say they had similar problems. I hope it doesn't happen to anyone else."
A spokesperson for Next said: "We are terribly sorry for the distress caused and we are taking this matter very seriously."
"We've asked for this pair of shoes to be returned so we can carry out a detailed inspection of this shoe, since this is the first complaint of this nature that we've received."
If you have these shoes, keep an eye on the situation.