The dreadful families claim that rotten turkeys ruined Christmas after an already challenging year.

After days of panic Boris Johnson Plans to allow families to mix in large parts of England, things got worse for those who plow ahead at the festivities.

Several clients shared their misery on social media after finding out that their birds were not feeling well.

Among them is Claire Brett from Birmingham, who claimed that she received an inedible turkey. Birmingham Live Reports.

“I pre-ordered all of our Christmas food from sainsburys, just opened the turkey and smelled it bothered,” she wrote on Twitter.

“It’s supposed to be fresh until tomorrow but it’s clearly not. 30 for a rotten turkey thanks to Sainsbury’s.”

Rachel Ann Clark said her turkey was “spoiled” even though it was still valid according to packaging.

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Customers complained about rotting turkeys

She said, “Hey Tesco, I just went to put the turkey in the oven and it’s actually rotten order?

“Soooooo good job, we bought a Lodza come I guess? Cause us Turkey today.”

Justin King was another person who wasn’t too happy about his turkey’s condition.

He said, “So Christmas ruined by a smelly and green turkey with a date of 27 fabulous hope only opens tomorrow so you can get it back.”

After a difficult year, people were looking forward to a fun Christmas meal

Richard Woodward criticized Aldi for its purchase, saying, “Cheers 2020 is out of Turkey, tomorrow’s date. Only veggies have it.”

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Graham Moles at Waitrose Turkey also disappointed him. He said, “The last nail in the coffin of 2020. Waitrose ruined Christmas with gold turkey. # Spoiledchrimbo.”

Tesco encourages shoppers to return turkeys to the store for investigation.

A company spokesperson said: “We have exceptionally high standards for turkeys at Christmas, so we regret hearing these concerns.

“We have sold hundreds of thousands of high-quality British turkeys this Christmas and will investigate these few incidents.”

“The quality of our products is extremely important and we are looking at a very small number of complaints,” Sainsbury said.

An Aldi spokesperson said: “We regret that a small number of our products do not meet the usual high standards.

“Customers can return any Aldi product they are not completely satisfied with to their nearest store for a full refund.”