A London law student got a not-so-sweet treat when she discovered that there were no wafers in a pack of Kit Kats that she had purchased.
Saima Ahmad , 20, is reportedly so upset about the defective pack of chocolate bliss, that she is demanding a lifetime supply of Kit Kats from Nestle or else she is going to sue.
According to a letter Ahmad wrote to her local paper, “ The failure to take due care in the manufacturing process resulted in a product being defective.
As a result I feel as though I have been misled to part with my money and purchase a product that is clearly different from what has been marketed by Nestle.”
Ahmad also went on to demand a “full refund of the defective pack” and a lifetime supply of Kit Kats so she could “ act as a measure of quality control .”
If Nestle gave into her demands, that would cost them appropriately $28,000 over 60 years at $1.29 a Kit Kat a day.
A spokesperson for Nestle stated that, “a Kit Kat finger without wafer does leave our factory from time to time but it is extremely rare and we have checks in place to try to prevent it from happening.“
Do you think she has a legitimate beef or has she had her head buried in those law books too long?
One thing is for certain, Saima Ahmad is going to make one hell of a lawyer! Or one fat azz chic from eating all those kit kats.