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That reports Daily Mail
reports Daily MailFriday.
The 47-year-old Colin Marsh thought an iPad of 470 pounds, about 560 euros, bought for his daughter. Then clay in the box appeared to be, went Marsh complain to Tesco.
” I brought the box back to Tesco, but they said they could give no compensation and an investigation had to perform. Two days later I was called by the police to ask if I could come to answer”, some questions along Marsh says.
On arrival at the police station was thrown Marsh three hours in the cell. Tesco staff suspected that Marsh had committed fraud and the iPad itself had changed with clay. ” I run a successful bakery for 22 years and I have an owner-occupied. Why should I light up Tesco for an iPad from 560 euro”, he wonders across the website.
Two months after his arrest, the police found out that the iPad by an unknown person is activated in Wales. The father has recovered his money A spokesman for Tesco said:” We would never intentionally a box of clay to Mr. Marsh sell and we offer our sincere apologies for the suffering it has caused”