Heatwave leaves woman with 'Adidas' branded on her leg from leggings

Heatwave leaves woman with 'Adidas' branded on her leg from leggings

The UK is currently experiencing a heatwave, and it's had some extremely hilarious results.

In a country more used to incessant rain than sunshine, many buildings don't have air conditioning, causing people to get very creative when it comes to cooling down in the hot weather. Whether that means turning a garbage bin into a paddling pool for one (seriously, this has happened), or turning a skip into a swimming pool.

But one woman got a very unexpected surprise after spending an hour and a half outside in a pair of Adidas leggings.

A leg branded with the Adidas logo. Credit: Facebook / Danielle Viagus-Foster

Twenty-one-year-old Danielle Viagus-Foster had been waiting on friends after completing a driving lesson. It was only when she undressed later that she realised she'd been turned into a walking advertisement for the sportswear brand.

She subsequently posted a picture of her leg, which had been branded Adidas, online, writing: "I was like wtf when I took my leggings off to put something cooler on... I couldn't stop laughing."

The woman whose leg was branded with the Adidas logo. Credit: Facebook / Danielle Viagus-Foster

This prompted social media users to advise the 21-year-old to contact the brand to see if they'd be willing to pay her for providing accidental advertising.

Hilariously, she acted on this advice and said she was waiting to "see what happens".

Danielle, however, is far from the first person to get accidentally branded by the sun. All over social media, people have been sharing pictures of their hilarious sunburn fails.

The UK has currently been experiencing unusually high temperatures of up to 97F (36C).

A man with the Batman logo burnt onto his chest. Credit: Instagram

According to the Met Office, today could be the hottest day ever recorded in the UK, so if you are based there, please take the necessary precautions to avoid getting turned into an accidental advertisement like Danielle.

If you do experience sunburn, the NHS recommends taking a cold shower and cooling down the affected area with a wet flannel. You should then apply aftersun, or aloe vera.