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Furious customer after spotting their 'rancid' and 'slimy' superstore turkeys on Christmas Day

Monday, 25/12/2023, 17:04 (GMT+7)

Angry customers post a picture on X, where they reveal that their turkeys had gone "rotten" just a few days before Christmas.

Furious shoppers discovered their turkeys had gone 'rotten' just hours before Christmas Day.

The shoppers were stunned after spotting their turkeys had gone "rotten." in the hours after purchasing them from supermarkets on Christmas Day.

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On X, customers ignited a debate by sharing pictures of 'slimy' turkeys they had purchased from Sainsbury's, Tesco, Aldi, and Asda. Image credit: @Bropony19942/Twitter

Furious customers share the image of their 'rotten' turkeys on X. formerly called Twitter. They also shared that they bought them from Asda, Aldi, Tesco, and Sainsbury's.

The customer, who goes by @Bropony19942, shared an image on X, sparking debate on social media. 

The post has the caption: "Christmas Day officially ruined purchased this earlier and it's rotten. It smells absolutely disgusting. It's shocking how you can sell something that's rotten and then leave people worried where they are going to get another turkey with limited time left".

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The images portrayed the turkeys as rotten, potentially spoiling customers' Christmas dinners. Image credit: @Bropony19942/Twitter

In the post, the customer recounted that when they opened their refrigerators in anticipation of Christmas Day, they were stunned after spotting that their celebratory dinner had become "slimy" and "rancid."

In the picture, the turkeys were seen as 'slimy' and 'rancid'. It was completely disgusting as the turkey's skin turned black and developed a grey dot.

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The pictures clearly displayed the customers' turkeys, which had turned 'slimy' and 'rancid.' Image credit: @Bropony19942/Twitter

The post was posted by @Bropony19942, who tagged Asda Service Team; however, they have not received a reply.

They posted on Twitter last night that they were buying it at a discounted price of £15.81 instead of £23.60.

They paid £13.60 before December 26 for the best-value turkey crown.

The post quickly went viral on social media, and Asda was criticized for buying rotten food.

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Numerous users commented on the condition of these 'slimy' turkeys. Image credit: @Bropony19942/Twitter

One person asked: Are you sure the smell is from the turkey? Have you had your hands anywhere you shouldn't and not washed them?

A second wrote: It’s a yellow sticker; why would you think it would stay fresh? You should of gone to your local butcher.

While a third user commented: Yellow sticker from Asda, what do you expect??? Sh*t has gone bad, so sticker it up. Christmas failure is on you. The family is going to be pissed. I’d be pissed you got yellow tag Turkey turkeeeeeey. 

Another Aldi shopper wrote: "@AldiUK Christmas is ruined. Thank you for the rotten turkey."

Someone else said: Ive got half a pack of Aldi chicken trimmings if you're in Hull. The dog might expect a share of its mind.