Customer ‘shocked’ after buying sorry-looking sandwich from Morrisons
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A Norfolk woman was left feeling hungry after buying a very under-filled sandwich from Morrisons.
Emily White, aged 26 from Hethersett, headed to Morrisons in Wymondham on Sunday lunchtime and purchased a cheese and tomato sandwich for £1.
But she was 'shocked' to find that the filling consisted of half a slice of cheese and one and a half tomatoes and one even had the centre missing.
Miss White then tweeted a picture of the stingy sandwich to Morrisons and was messaged by the supermarket saying they would 'pass it on as feedback'.
Miss White said: 'When I looked inside the sandwich, I was quite honestly shocked about how that could have got past quality control.'
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Replying to the picture posted on Twitter, Shyama Perera wrote: 'It's not even cheese AND tomato, it's cheese OR tomato.
'They could at least have cut it on the other diagonal to make it less insulting.'
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However, Miss White insists she will continue shopping at Morrisons despite the negative experience as 'they are normally of a good standard'.
A Morrisons spokeswoman said: 'We are sorry that this sandwich hasn't met our usual standards. We have passed this back to the sandwiches team.'