When you’re having trouble with an order you’ve placed, a quick tweet to the company is often the swiftest way to resolve things.
But Anthea Turner is mercilessly trolled for Twitter blunderfound her minor shopping headache turn into a total nightmare after making a hilarious blunder on Twitter.
The 57-year-old tweeted that she wanted to cancel an order, but failed to add the Twitter handle of the company she was addressing, prompting a slew of teasing posts.
One follower tweeted an image of a giant phallic inflatable, saying, ‘Sorry, your order has been despatched.’
Several others suggested she was expecting a delivery of Flakes, poking fun at the controversy over the star’s past controversy with the chocolate bar.
Presenter Anthea Turner has been mercilessly trolled after asking for an order to be cancelled – but leaving out the company’s Twitter handle
Streatham Rovers inquired as to whether she’d perhaps ordered one of their very colourful shirts
Another follower suggested the presenter had in fact ordered a rather rude phallic inflatable
Anthea Turner, 57, was ridiculed on Twitter for failing miserably at tweeting a company to ask for her order to be cancelled
Anthea was embroiled in controversy at her 2000 wedding to Grant Bovey when the pair agreed to pose eating a new Cadbury’s Snowflake bar – and the pictures appeared in OK! magazine.
It was a PR disaster for the presenter who was accused of cynically cashing in on her own wedding.
Meanwhile, others cruelly suggested she had been ordering intimate hygiene products such as Vagisil.
Luckily the star took it in good spirits and later tweeted: ‘Thank you for all pointing out my mistake,’ with a series of emojis to indicate she was feeling embarassed.
Not what she wanted to be reminded of! People were eager to use the blunder as an opportunity to bring up ‘Flakegate’ again
Followers speculated on what she could have ordered, suggesting everything from Lancashire hotpots to Domino’s Pizza
However, it still remains a mystery as to which company she was trying to get in touch with.
A cheeky follower suggested that she was perhaps ordering a copy of ‘Twitter for Dummies’.
Others offered to sort out the issue for her if she sent her bank details,
One cheeky Twitter user rather rudely suggested she was trying to bulk buy feminine hygiene products