These days, customer service complaints are just a single click away -- literally.
One Facebook user named Wes Metcalfe demonstrated how to properly use the social media platform to contact businesses with concerns.
His concern in particular? He found a dead worm in his fresh cucumber.
After noticing a dead worm in his cucumber, Metcalfe decided to reach out to British supermarket chain Tesco about the matter.
Behold, the proof.
Tesco eventually responded in the most brilliant way.
The poem was great but it wasn't enough. Metcalfe decided to mourn the loss of the poor worm with an ACTUAL funeral ceremony.
It didn't stop there, either! He followed up with a Facebook update recapping his tough day with a poem of his own.
That's when things started to get good.
Tesco responded to Metcalfe's heartfelt poem with an epic rendition of Oasis' "Wonderwall." Genius.
Still mourning the loss of William the Worm, Wes Metcalfe responded to Tesco with his own rendition of "Parklife" by Blur.
At last, it was time to put little William the Worm to rest and keep him forever in our hearts -- but not before blessing the little worm with his very own genre of music. #WormPop
It seems like Tesco's got a loyal cucumber customer after all this.
The supermarket decided to give Wes a gift card for whenever his cucumber cravings and sad moments about William kick in.
Now THAT'S customer service (and grade-A internet trolling).
Citations: This man's complaint about a dead worm in his cucumber took an unexpected twist (Mashable)