Symphony Clean Bandit & Zara Larsson
15 September 2016, 14:36
Scotty T is embroiled in a full on row and we can’t work out whether he knows he’s in the wrong or not…
Twitter is pretty much the best platform to get a brand to stand up and take notice about a complaint… but Scotty T from Geordie Shore has started a full-on row with Tesco – despite him being in the wrong!
Let’s break it down for you…
Scotty T tweeted Tesco to complain about a terrible sandwich he bought as part of his meal deal – so far, so normal.
Tesco replied back to him saying “Not sure how we can help ;) Might want to try @BootsUK”
Yes, the sandwich had a Boots logo on it… so it turns out that he hadn’t bought it from Tesco at all. D’oh! But wait…
Scott then tweeted, “Why would I go to boots? The sandwich I got from there was s**t, you need to swap it for one of yours - Scotty T”
Nice try, Mr Timlin… nice try!
When will you be sorting this out @Tesco— Scotty T MBE (@ScottGShore) September 15, 2016
I will be in Milton Keynes all day so you have a few hours - Scott
..... @Tesco— Scotty T MBE (@ScottGShore) September 15, 2016
Is there a problem - Scott
Never change, Scott – it was definitely worth a try!
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