Woman had a not so festive message on her Boots parcel


Woman had a not-so-festive message on her Boots parcel

Oh. (Picture: Mercury)

You know when you’re feeling full of festivity, getting your presents bought early so you look super organised?

And then your gifts get delivered, you eagerly start to rip the packaging, only to find ‘F*ck you’ scrawled in marker pen on the cardboard?

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Bit of a dampener on your wrapping session, which no amount of Shakin’ Stevens music can help with.

This happened to Sally Turner, a 28-year-old optician from Wolverhampton, who ordered a gift online and collected it in store on November 28.

She says she noticed the abusive message written on the cardboard packaging when she opened the parcel after work.

And she thinks an angry warehouse worker, disgruntled at their job, took their feelings out on the defenceless delivery.

**EXPLICIT LANGUAGE UNBLURRED VERSION**  PIC BY MERCURY PRESS (PICTURED: SALLY TURNER, 28, WITH THE PARCEL FROM BOOTS)  Seasonís greetings were definitely not in store for one stunned Christmas shopper ñ when she allegedly found the words ëf*** youí scrawled on her Boots parcel. Sally Turner, 28, from Birmingham, ordered a festive gift online from the health and beauty giant and collected it in-store on Cyber Monday (November 28). But the optician, who picked up the parcel from the Mander Shopping Centre store, in Wolverhampton, claims she shocked to discover an abusive message written on the cardboard packaging when she opened the parcel after work.  SEE MERCURY COPY

That’s not very Christmassy (Picture: Mercury) 

‘I’d had a bit of a rubbish day and when I saw that, it probably shouldn’t have but it did amuse me a bit,’ Sally said.

‘Someone else was clearly having a bad day at work.’

Boots said they have apologised to Sally and are undertaking a full investigation into the ‘isolated incident’.

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She shared a picture of the box online, tagging Boots in the post.

But she said it hasn’t put her off shopping there in future, and said she does not plan on making a formal complaint.

A spokesman for Boots said: ‘At Boots UK, we pride ourselves on the quality of our Order and Collect service and have been in touch with the customer directly to apologise.

‘We would like to reassure all customers that we are undertaking a full investigation into this isolated incident to understand what happened.’