Superdry Closed Due To Flooding
According to Kent Online, a Superdry shop at a designer outlet in Ashford, UK had to close this past weekend due to "unforseen circumstances". Those circumstances? A flood of epic proportions.
Just kidding, it was a burst water pipe. The Ashford Designer Outlet is currently undergoing a massive expansion (nothing like retail therapy to avoid thinking about Brexit, eh?) and part of that construction likely triggered the burst pipe.
Outlet manager Peter Corr had this to say:
"Superdry has temporarily closed due to a water valve bursting and flooding in-store. The safety and enjoyment of our guests is our main priority, so the store will remain closed while Superdry work to resolve this matter as quickly as possible. We appreciate this may be disappointing to any customers who were hoping to visit the store this week but can assure guests that the store will re-open as soon as the situation has been resolved safely."
Yeah, it's a simple open-and-shut case. There are no twists or turns in this one. We just love the cruel irony of a store called "Superdry" getting flooded out for a few days. Superdry got super wet! Ha!