On April 21, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) issued a recall for Ray-Ban non-prescription brown tortoiseshell sunglasses sold by Big W Optical. The model in question reads “RB4175” on the left stem. The Australian regulatory authority claims that the glasses do not meet the requirements of Consumer Protection Notice No. 13 of 2003, a mandatory safety standard for sunglasses and fashion spectacles. Specifically, the lenses might break and poke eyes. Also, the left and right lenses might differ slightly. Anyone who has purchased these glasses is to return them to Big W for a full refund. Glasses with prescription lenses are not concerned. According to Big W, no actual lens breaks have been reported, and the glasses were sold to less than 20 customers between November 2016 and January 2019 at shops in four Australian provinces: New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia and Victoria. The optical chain says it stopped selling the model after Jan. 31 of this year and contacted the purchasers individually “where details were provided.” While admitting that it is aware of the recall, Luxottica Australia has denied that it supplied Big W with any Ray-Ban products or that it has any business relationship with the company. Earlier this month, Big W's parent, the Woolworths Group, announced that by July it would be closing 30 Big W discount department stores and 41 Big W optical stores in Australia.