Woman Complains To Wetherspoons Parody Twitter, Gets Trolled Brilliantly

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Wetherspoons is a national institution, but that being said, you don’t go there for a high quality dining experience – you just want a beer and a burger bashed out double quick by that incredibly efficient microwave chef they’ve got back there.

Elle Coleman, however, wasn’t too impressed with her chicken korma from the discount pub chain, and took to Twitter to give them a piece of her mind.

Unfortunately for her she got the wrong handle, and accidentally started tweeting a parody account.

It begins: “I’ve got to say @WetherspoonsUK that today I’m disappointed I have just tried you chicken korma and it was spicy! What’s going on?”

While her complaint never reached Chef Microwave in the back room, it was picked up by a fake Spoons customer service representative called Tom.

His reply was simple and to the point: “It’s a curry, what on earth are you talking about?”

[tweet https://twitter.com/WetherspoonsUK/status/766320621995319296 conversation=”false”]

It all escalated from there, with Elle none-the-wiser that she was actually arguing fruitlessly with a troll:

[tweet https://twitter.com/ellemaycoleman/status/766338277716688896 conversation=”false”]

[tweet https://twitter.com/WetherspoonsUK/status/766341776252735488 conversation=”false”]

[tweet https://twitter.com/ellemaycoleman/status/766359212750503937 conversation=”false”]

[tweet https://twitter.com/WetherspoonsUK/status/766361278898118656 conversation=”false”]

[tweet https://twitter.com/ellemaycoleman/status/766380052862885891 conversation=”false”]

[tweet https://twitter.com/WetherspoonsUK/status/766381052067708928 conversation=”false”]

[tweet https://twitter.com/ellemaycoleman/status/766383704960864256 conversation=”false”]

[tweet https://twitter.com/WetherspoonsUK/status/766384770528018432 conversation=”false”]

[tweet https://twitter.com/ellemaycoleman/status/766386033252569088 conversation=”false”]

[tweet https://twitter.com/WetherspoonsUK/status/766386742127656960 conversation=”false”]

[tweet https://twitter.com/ellemaycoleman/status/766386951553449985 conversation=”false”]

[tweet https://twitter.com/WetherspoonsUK/status/766387433588027392 conversation=”false”]

[tweet https://twitter.com/ellemaycoleman/status/766387532766572544 conversation=”false”]

[tweet https://twitter.com/WetherspoonsUK/status/766387706033242117 conversation=”false”]

[tweet https://twitter.com/ellemaycoleman/status/766388022464147456 conversation=”false”]

[tweet https://twitter.com/WetherspoonsUK/status/766388253817790466 conversation=”false”]

[tweet https://twitter.com/ellemaycoleman/status/766388624023777280 conversation=”false”]

[tweet https://twitter.com/WetherspoonsUK/status/766389312309039104 conversation=”false”]

[tweet https://twitter.com/ellemaycoleman/status/766390549674881025 conversation=”false”]

[tweet https://twitter.com/WetherspoonsUK/status/766391093336403969 conversation=”false”]

[tweet https://twitter.com/ellemaycoleman/status/766391357720190976 conversation=”false”]

[tweet https://twitter.com/WetherspoonsUK/status/766391637870252032 conversation=”false”]

Hook, line and sinker. Let’s just hope that Elle eventually managed to get in touch with the real company to sort out her spicy korma conundrum.

It’s also interesting to note that people actually expect that level of customer service from Wetherspoons.


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The Sun

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