A mum has hit out at department store chain BHS after discovering a special offer on a pair a trousers wasn't all that it seemed.

Leah Shaw was looking for a new pair of school trousers for son Dylan when she came across a pair for £12, with 10 per cent off in the sale.

But she then noticed price stickers hidden beneath a fresh label which appeared to show the trousers had previously been priced up at £11 and also £9.

Mrs Shaw, of Honley, who was shopping at the Huddersfield town centre BHS, said: "Have they been putting prices up?

"I shop at BHS because the quality is better but I'm really disgruntled about this.

"They were originally £9 but I would be paying more, even with the 10 per cent off.

"It's disgusting. I thought I was getting a good deal."

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Mrs Shaw said the incident had left her "seething" as she considered herself a savvy shopper. She decided to take her business elsewhere.

She added: "BHS is a long-standing company which I expect to be able to trust. I can't express how angry I feel. It felt like they were diddling me out of money."

Mrs Shaw spoke to a member of staff who told her that that price stickers had been applied in a "stock factory" and not in store.

A spokesman for the company - which is currently in administration after collapsing in April - said it was investigating and would comment in due course.