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A simple shoe purchase at Saks Fifth Avenue turned into a human-rights uproar after the buyer found an apparent desperate plea for help from a Chinese prison-factory worker in her shopping bag. “I could not believe what I was reading.” The note was signed “Tohnain Emmanuel Njong” and accompanied by a small color picture of a man in an orange jacket.

A 7-year-old girl has already made it onto Google CEO Sundar Pichai’s radar by mailing a handwritten “job application” to the executive a few years early.

Chloe Bridgewater from Hereford, England, was talking with her dad about his job one day after school when he mentioned the internet giant.“She asked what I would love to do, I said, “Well, it’d be cool to work at Google,’” Andy Bridgewater, Chloe’s dad, told CBS News.

We are ill-treated and work like slaves for 13 hours every day producing these bags in bulk in the prison factory,” said the note, handwritten on lined paper and tucked into the bottom of the bag. Stephanie Wilson, 28, an Australian who lives in West Harlem and works in human rights, said she found the note after buying Hunter rain boots at the tony store in 2012.