Merchant Tesco brings the holiday festivities to the masses with an epic food delivery failure.
As mentioned on Twitter, James Murden thought Christmas dinner was in the bag when he ordered a bunch of Brussels sprouts for Tesco Online.
The Liverpool Echo reports that when it comes to delivery, the online shopper is left with a single Brussels sprout – more than the bag they bargained for.
Seeing the funny side, James tweeted to warn others of his findings: “A quantity does not mean a girl. It means an outbreak.
The buyer also posted a photo of a lone bud that set him back just 3 pence on Christmas.
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James said: ‘Please note that when ordering sprouts online from Tesco, the quantity’ 1 ‘does not mean a bag of chickpeas.
‘It means an outbreak. Thank you and good night”.
Then he joked, “You have to decide which family member deserves a shoot for Christmas, you have to decide.”
James’ post went viral with thousands of shoppers stitching points for misunderstandings.
One Twitter user said: “It’s great. Merry Christmas James, this is a clean 2020.
Many Tesco shoppers have come to terms with the unpleasant events of their online purchases.
One person said, “It turned out that the six bananas that I thought I had ordered earlier this year were six bunches of bananas.”
“All credit to the Tesco delivery driver who kept his face straight when I asked him if he wanted to order as many as I took the 43 people out of the package.”
Another commented: “I once made a similar mistake and ordered six strangers, and as a result I filled six bags with pockets.
“When I delivered, I offered half to a friend who was outside and had to drop 18 prey into the mailbox.”
Another said: “For me, three bags of carrots meant three bags. Bol Rudolph and Co. «
Meanwhile, others on Twitter questioned employees who placed online shopping orders.
Someone said, “I have an IT problem, but what is a little more interesting is that there is a person who picks up a seedling and thinks it is a good idea.”
Some asked about the buyer’s skills: “Didn’t you see when they asked you to pay them to sprout a sack?”
Tesco apologized for the confusion.
In response to James ‘tweet, a spokesperson said:’ Hi James, sorry, but our empty items are individual items that you can order to get the exact quantity.
“Unfortunately, our system works, each empty item is calculated into an item in the order.
«It will be solved in the near future. I apologize for the inconvenience.