SAINSBURY’S have left one of their customers baffled after selling what could be the world’s tiniest tortilla.
Lauren Stapley took to the firm’s website after opening a packet of wraps and discovering one of the flour tortillas was the size of a teacup saucer.
The tortilla was barely a fifth of the size of the rest of the pack and would struggle to wrap much more than a sliver of pepper and a button mushroom.
Lauren bought the packet for 90p at a Sainsbury’s store in Hayward’s Heath, West Sussex, on Sunday.
The 27-year-old from Cuckfield, West Sussex told the store online: “I bought these wraps from your Hayward’s Heath store today and I’m pretty sure this one isn’t supposed to look like this.”
Other social media users were quick to poke fun at the wrap.
Arlene Clark said: “That’s a diet size lol.”
Whilst Sue Barnard added: “They had a baby.”
Joyce Brown called it a “special one.”
Sainsbury’s can probably afford to be more generous with portion sizes after today (tue) revealing a sales surge in the first quarter of the year, up 2.7%.
Sainsbury’s apologised for the bizarre blunder and offered Lauren £3 of Nectar points.
This is not the first time in recent weeks a supermarket has come under fire for serving up tiny portions to customers.
Last week, supermarket chain Aldi was slammed by angry customers who discovered their bags of Monster Claws contained just one or two crisps.
And one customer shared a video on the budget supermarket’s Facebook page showing her opening a bag to reveal an almost empty pack.
And earlier this year, an office worker berated Sainsbury’s after posting a picture of her “empty” smoked salmon and cream cheese sandwich online.