May 14, 2022
Homeowners are going wild for Asda’s £12 inflatable moon chair & even say it’s ‘life changing’
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AN inflatable chair from Asda has homeowners flocking to stores to get their hands on one before they sell out.
The £12 Ozark Moon Trail chair has already sold out in some stores across the UK.2Fans are going wild for Asda's Moon chairCredit: Tiktokfirstname.lastname@example.org
It went viral on TikTok, after social media user Katie.ann, shared a video of her purchase last week.
The video, which has been viewed 2.3million times, shows Katie walking up to the chair and sitting on it while eating.
Text that accompanied the video read: "This is everyone's sign to go to Asda and get the £12 inflatable outdoor moon chairs. Life changing!!"
Katie received thousands of comments following this video, with one even commenting to “keep things to yourself so they don’t get sold out.”
Others asked her about the chair, which resulted in another video.
She says: “It is filled with hair.Most read in LifestyleOUT OF STOCK I worked at Goodwill – why you can never find decent bargains in store anymoreSKIM POSSIBILITIES I spent $746 on SKIMS clothing – one outfit made me look like a grandmaTRADE IT IN I'm a Trader Joe's superfan & I never buy 3 items in store - here's whyCOFFEE SHOP TALK I worked at Dunkin Donuts – the drink you should never order
“It didn’t come with a pump, I had to blow it up myself which was excruciating so I will be buying a pump for future use.
“Sound wise, it just sounds like an inflatable mattress so not too noisy.
“People who struggle with sensory, it literally just feels like crushed velvet. I’m not a big fan of velvet but this feels really nice to touch.@katie.ann.l
Honestly been living in it the past 2 days! #asda #fyp #summer #unilife #foryou #outdoors #camping #lifetips♬ Emotions - Brenda Lee 2It's inflatable and super comfy according to Asda shoppersCredit: Tiktokemail@example.com
“It folds down pretty flat.
“It’s a great chair. Go and buy it.
“They should be in the season aisle where the BBQ stuff.”Read More on The SunHOW BARE YOU? Model sparks storm as she walks down street in £500 Gaultier naked dress
On the supermarket website, the description of the chair reads: "Comfortable flocked surface with sturdy coil beam construction. 2 air chambers construction, super comfortable design."
The chair is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, and it comes in three different colours in blue, red and lilac.
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Its Sad: Community Speaks To Step-Mother Changing Plea in Roman Lopez Case
PLACERVILLE (CBS13) – It’s a story that gripped the town for months.
In 2020, police found Roman Lopez dead inside the family’s basement before arresting his father and stepmother nearly a year later.READ MORE: Construction Begins On I-80 Express Lanes Between Fairfield And Vacaville
Jordan and Lindsay Piper originally pleaded not guilty last November.
But on Monday, Lindsey Piper changed her not guilty plea to a no-contest plea inside an El Dorado County Superior Courthouse.
The stepmother’s plea change means she faces 15 years to life for second-degree murder. A judge said she could be eligible for parole after serving that time. She still faces other charges including child abuse, poisoning and torture.
“It’s sad,” said Tim Fisher of Camino who followed the story. “Inappropriate and 15 years isn’t long enough.”READ MORE: Lindsay Piper, Stepmom Charged In Killing Of 11-Year-Old Roman Lopez, Changes Plea To No Contest
What began as a missing person case led to a cold trail during the search.
“I can remember that night, people knocking on the door looking for the little boy,” said Cindy Terri, who lived near the Pipers’ home.
Investigators took a closer look at this home and discovered the child’s body in a bin in the family’s basement. Police revealed roman suffered from malnourishment and dehydration at the time of his death.
The death surrounding this bright-eyed 11-year-old stunned the town as neighbors demanded justice for Roman Lopez.
“This is a good town,” said Placerville resident Kasey Dean.MORE NEWS: Fight Turns Deadly In Roseville; Suspect Arrested
But time moved slowly during the investigation following the boy’s death in January 2020. Arrests followed more than a year later. The pair faced multiple charges including child abuse, poisoning and torture.