Customer's complaint about a worm in his cucumber takes a hilarious turn

Composting With Worms

Wes Metcalfe found a worm in a cucumber he bought at Tesco. It was tightly wrapped within the plastic surrounding it.

Most people would throw the vegetable away and move on, but he took to Facebook.

He wrote a hilarious message on the company's page, naming the cucumber worm "William:"

A customer service representative from Tesco went completely off on him -- but he wasn't angry.

It was weird. They took Metcalfe's bit to another level.

How poetic!

Well, just when you thought it couldn't get any cheesier over here, Tesco had a funeral for the little worm and posted a photo on Facebook.

Metcalfe followed up with an update about the funeral, which seemed touching.

At this story, you are probably expecting things to get even more insane -- and you are right.

Tesco wrote a lengthy tribute, once again. But this time, it was a parody of an Oasis song.

And then Metcalfe tuned in with his own song.

And then, finally, the two extravagant posters gave their final remarks on the life of this worm that died within plastic wrapped around a cucumber.

Warning: There's an instance of foul language:

And there you have it. If you plan on taking your complaints to a company about their product, be careful. You might end up in an extensive bit about it.

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