Furious customers in Britain cried foul when their Christmas dinners were spoiled by “disgusting” and “rotten” turkeys.
Birds peddled for the big day by multiple top supermarkets were found to be green, slimy and smelly by some unlucky customers Friday.
“@sainsburys Absolutely fuming that our Christmas has been ruined by a rotten turkey we paid £50 for,” Tom Chaplin of Warwickshire, England, griped on Christmas to the supermarket chain.
“After such a difficult year when we could finally celebrate with our family again, this has spoilt what should have been a brilliant day.”
Sainsbury’s also drew the ire of another squawking customer who didn’t have a high-quality bird to gobble up.
Wales resident Owain Jones fumed that his turkey he bought from Aldi, a discount supermarket chain, was “rotten.”
Britt Robinson of Norwich alerted British supermarket chain Tesco that the bird she purchased at one of the company’s stores was green.
“@Tesco our Turkey is green and smells rancid,” she posted.
“Amazing!” Robinson added sarcastically.