Posted: Thu 15th Dec 2011

Wrexham Morrisons Prank Phone Call “Tess Co’Scheaper” for people living in or visiting the Wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Thursday, Dec 15th, 2011

An unwitting Morrisons employee in Wrexham ended up announcing to the entire store that “Tescos is cheaper” after she was the subject of a prank phone call.

In a recording posted online yesterday evening a man calls up the new store on Ruthin Road asking if he can make an announcement.

He is put through to customer services and explains that he’s parked outside and that his cousin, the unlikely named “Tess Co’Scheaper”, is lost in the store and he wants an announcement put out for her.

Unaware that she is about to promote one of the store’s main rivals, the unwitting female staff member then makes an announcement over the store’s tannoy asking “Can Tess Co’Scheaper please come to the customer services desk?”

When the prankster asks if she just said that Tescos is cheaper the unamused employee declares “I’m sorry, this isn’t funny” and puts the phone down.

The clip has so far attracted 1,230 views since it was posted on Soundcloud by “DJ Shaun Carr” approximately 24 hours ago.

You can listen to the clip in full here:

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