Professor Green in tears over 'massacred' clothes

Professor Green has been left in tears after discovering 21 of his T-shirts have been shrunk, one of his Givenchy jumpers is full of bobbles and an Alexander McQueen suit has been "massacred" after taking them to be dry cleaned.

Professor Green
Professor Green

Professor Green has been left in tears after some of his favourite articles of clothing were "massacred".

The 31-year-old star is feeling devastated after 21 of his T-shirts were shrunk and a midnight blue Alexander McQueen suit he wore to the BAFTA TV Awards in 2012 alongside his wife Millie Mackintosh was also destroyed.

Earlier today (26.01.15), he wrote on Twitter: "There may be tears, some of my favourite bits of clothing ive gathered were massacred along with all the t-shirts.

"Including this McQueen suit. #tears (sic)"

The 'Read All About It' hitmaker appeared to have taken some of his clothing to be dry cleaned but was left distraught with the results, which includes one of his precious Givenchy jumpers being ruined.

On Friday (23.01.15), he wrote: "Right now ive got Givenchy jumpers that are bobbling. i've never been through this before what has my dry cleaner done

"My dry cleaner has ruined so much (sic)"

On Thursday (22.01.15), he tweeted: "So I'm an hour late leaving for Scotland, 21 @sunspel tshirts have come back shrunk and a surveyor walked fox s**t through my house (sic)"

It's not the only bit of bad luck Pro has had with his garments in recent weeks as he took to the social networking account on January 8 to reveal he was "f***ing fuming" after his bag containing "thousands of pounds worth of clothes and shoes" had got lost at an airport.

In a tweet to airline Delta, he wrote: "Well done for being completely incompetent and losing my bag @delta good luck replacing what's in it if you don't find it. #uselessairline

"Add to that your airline isn't picking up the phone @delta @deltaassist and the uk have to telex messages they don't have numbers to call

"Things of sentiment, thousands and thousands of pounds worth of clothes and shoes / sneakers, the inconvenience. Cheers @delta @deltaassist

"No enquiry as to what my bag number is or anything @deltaassist - a continuation of the lack of help I've been given so far

"F***ing fuming mate

"Absolutely f***ing livid (sic)"

But fortunately for Pro that incident had a positive outcome as he later revealed his luggage had been found and the "catastrophe" had been averted.

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