TOPSHOP workers have issued a heartbreaking job plea in their shop window after closing the shutters for the last time.
Her team are among thousands across the country to have been made redundant after ASOS bought over the struggling retail giant in an online-only move.
And social media users have been in tears after seeing their final window note to loyal customers on Wednesday.
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The message reads: “Thank you to all of our lovely customers for their loyalty, support and banter over the years.
“We are truly heartbroken that we won’t be opening our shutters ever again.
“Thanks for the memories, stay safe and let us know if anyone is hiring…
“Love, Team TS TM Braehead.”
Alex’s three TiKTok videos showing the team packing up stock and leaving their keys have racked up more than 330,000 views.
And customers said they had “tears streaming” while watching the clips.
One said: “Why am I crying pls.”
Another added: “Walked past this tonight and honestly could have cried that I’ll never go in there again.
“Thank you for being the most friendly and helpful staff.”
And a third wrote: “Wow why am I crying, this is really sad.”
Topshop workers cried last week after finding out that they’ve lost their jobs on Twitter.
Pictures from the store show bare shelves and packed up boxes with even till units removed.
We told earlier how customers trying to access the Topshop website now face a message reading: “Topshop is now part of ASOS!
“Head to ASOS now to shop the brand and stay tuned for the full collection.”
Similar messages are also in place on the Topman and Miss Selfridge websites.
ASOS had previously confirmed it will still sell items from all three retailers, including “hero” products like jeans from Topshop.
But the takeover doesn’t include stores from any of the brands, meaning 70 shops are expected to shut forever, putting 2,500 retail jobs at risk.
ASOS has also confirmed that gift cards purchased before today remain the responsibility of administrator Deloitte, so it won’t accept them.
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