If you’ve ever ordered food and waited an inordinate amount of time for it to arrive, you know what it means to be betrayed.
A lot of emotions pass through you – anger, hurt, intense sadness and probably most importantly, hunger.
Once the food does arrive it doesn’t even matter. The damage has already been done, the stone has already been set, the feud has already kicked off.
That’s exactly what happened to Twitter user Moose Allain when he decided to order a curry in one night after his oven broke.
He was waiting about two hours for the meal which he had ordered from a website called curriesonline so, understandably, when it did eventually get there he was less than impressed.
However, when Moose Allain checked his bank balance a few days later, he noticed something a little odd.
300 quid worth of curry.
Like, we wouldn’t say no in fairness. We just don’t want to pay for it.
Anyway, Moose’s saga continues.
He said the only explanation was that the curry place got as equally annoyed with him as he got with them and then, somehow, just stole a load of his cash.
He didn’t know how it happened but he’d be damned if he didn’t try ring them up to find out.
That, however, did not seem to work.
Moose, of course, was about to go mad when he said he’d take a minute and just check his bank statement one more time.
And oh lord, we better he’s glad that he did.
There were two bank statements side-by-side.