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Guy Trolls Supermarket After Finding Worm In Cucumber

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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.

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Behold, the proof.

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Tesco eventually responded in the most brilliant way.

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The poem was great but it wasn't enough. Metcalfe decided to mourn the loss of the poor worm with an ACTUAL funeral ceremony.

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It didn't stop there, either! He followed up with a Facebook update recapping his tough day with a poem of his own.

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That's when things started to get good.

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Tesco responded to Metcalfe's heartfelt poem with an epic rendition of Oasis' "Wonderwall." Genius.

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Still mourning the loss of William the Worm, Wes Metcalfe responded to Tesco with his own rendition of "Parklife" by Blur.

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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

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It seems like Tesco's got a loyal cucumber customer after all this.

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The supermarket decided to give Wes a gift card for whenever his cucumber cravings and sad moments about William kick in.

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Now THAT'S customer service (and grade-A internet trolling).

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Citations: This man's complaint about a dead worm in his cucumber took an unexpected twist (Mashable)