If you're looking to cop something on UK e-tailer ASOS you may have to wait a few days. Due to a warehouse fire, ASOS has halted new orders by shutting down its website.
Starting on early Saturday morning, a fire hit one of the store's main warehouses in Barnsley, England. While it's unclear what started the fire, reports do confirm that no one was hurt, but several floors of stock were damaged in the blaze.
Through a statement, ASOS remarked, "We have pressed pause on the ASOS website, this is due to a fire in our Barnsley distribution centre in the early hours of Saturday morning. Thankfully no one was hurt and we expect to be back to normal for you in the next day or so. So please hold on to your orders, we will be back with you soon."
If you're one of the many who placed an order prior to the accident and are wondering what the deal is with your stuff, the store asks for your patience.
In a response to a customer on Facebook, "We need to check if we can fulfill orders before we can advise on dispatch timeframes, as soon as the situation has been fully assessed in the warehouse, you guys will be the first to know."
We hope the e-tailer gets back to operating order ASAP.