TikToker finds a ton of Bath & Body Works products in in-store trash cans
A viral TikTok video claims to show a ton of unused Bath & Body Works products in the store’s trash cans.
TikTok account @thedumpsterdivinggirls posted the video on September 6, and it has racked up 6.8 million views and 486,000 likes since. âWe hit the jackpot in the Bath & Body Works dumpsters! Â»TikToker notes via text overlay and text-to-speech effect.
The video, set to the “Stranger” audio track, zooms in on a dumpster full of what appear to be Bath & Body Wallflower refills.
@thedumpsterdivinggirls is a TikTok account with 13,600 subscribers, and he shares scuba diving finds.
Some of the 3,554 reviewers questioned the legality of removing products from the store’s dumpsters and were impressed with the number of products found by @thedumpsterdivinggirls. âI want to try this but I’m a little scared! What if someone sees me or what should I be worried about? One of them asked.
âOH MY GOSH ID CRY,â said another of the find.
Others have commented on or questioned the disposal procedures for expired products. âI was a director at Bath & Body Works. We had to throw away ALL returns or old / expired products, âone said.
âCali, we’re not throwing them away. The company comes to pick up barrels of damaged product, âwrote another.
âWhoever did this didn’t follow protocol. We correctly distribute all mists and wallflowers. None goes in the trash, âcommented a third.
The Daily Dot has reached out to Bath & Body Works and @thedumpsterdivinggirls for comment.
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* First published: Sep 30, 2021, 3:38 p.m. CDT
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