Woolies customer is left fuming after delivery driver ‘wrecked’ her front lawn and demands the supermarket giant fix it – but not everyone agrees
- A Woolworths customer is still waiting for help after a delivery truck mishap
- The woman had her groceries delivered but noticed her front lawn was torn up
- She claims the delivery truck damaged her lawn while delivering her groceries
- She said she is yet to hear back from customer care, who promised to help soon
A frustrated Woolworths customers has vented her anger online after a delivery driver damaged her front lawn and demanded the supermarket giant fix it.
The woman uploaded two photos of her tyre tracks through her grass and claimed it was torn up by a Woolworths delivery truck.
‘My yard is still wrecked by your delivery truck and it’s YOUR responsibility to fix it. YOU KNOW IT IS,’ the woman wrote.
A frustrated Woolworths customer has sharde two photos of her torn up lawn (above) after claiming a delivery truck driver was responsible for the damage
The woman claims she contacted the Woolworths customer service line and was told she would receive help in 48 hours
She also claimed that she had called Woolworths customer service line last week and was promised help within 48 hours.
‘Well? Where the bloody hell are you?’
Several commenters on the post said the woman was complaining about ‘first world problems’.
‘Everyone’s lawn has marks like that from the mailman, especially after the rain. It will grow back,’ one person wrote, also suggesting the torn grass could be pressed down using a shovel.
‘Looks fine to me,’ another wrote.
‘First world problems,’ another said.
However one commenter was quick to jump to the woman’s defence and said she shouldn’t have to settle for the damage caused.
The woman said she was forced to fix the damaged grass (above) herself after Woolworths failed to get back to her request for help
‘Why should she?,’ the commenter wrote. The Woolworths driver did the damage. Too many people are not held accountable for the wrong things they do these days.’
The woman told Yahoo News she was forced to take matters into her own hands after failing to hear from Woolworths customer care.
‘We had to fix the yard ourselves because if left any longer the ground would go hard and we would have had a dreadful time levelling it out by ourselves then,’ she said.