The family of a man who lost half his skull after collapsing in a Tesco store have described their relief after he came out of a coma. Karl Hawkins, 36, was shopping with a friend on April 24 2020 in a Tesco store in Leigh, Greater Manchester, when he collapsed.
A six-foot long snake called Doritos could be hiding in a Tesco, its owner says. The 24-year-old carolina corn snake has been on the loose feasting on rodents in Devon for eight months. The non-venomous serpent is believed to be hidden in close proximity to Tesco after snake markings were
Tesco was slapped with a hefty fine after displaying out of date items claiming they were "safe" to eat. The bizarre claim was made by a food expert on behalf of the supermarket giant as it tried to 'avoid prosecution' for selling dozens of out of date products in three
An Asda worker who was sacked after a customer complained she'd thrown a racist slur at them over their Asian heritage has claimed she was actually telling them off for panic-buying. Samantha Doherty was given the boot after a row with a customer during the height of the coronavirus pandemic
A cop who had worked at many Royal Weddings has been sacked after underpaying for a box of doughnuts while on duty. Well-respected officer Simon Read took a barcode for 7p loose carrots and attached it to the £9.95 box of doughnuts, scanning it twice and failing to scan the
Tesco customers have been left furious after having to wait hours in a virtual queue to secure a Christmas delivery slot. This morning the supermarket released slots for the week starting 21 December – but only to their delivery saver customers who pay a subscription fee. But after waking up
Tesco has tightened its limit on the number of essential items customers can buy in “many” of its Express stores to just one. The rationing measures initially restricted shoppers to a five-item limit on all products before cutting it to a three-item cap. It also introduced a two-item cap on
Supermarkets will be restocking through the night in response to coronavirus panic buying. Environment Secretary George Eustice met with bosses from major supermarket chains to draw up the plans after stories found it difficult to keep up with demand for loo roll, pasta, rice and other essentials. Tesco has even