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Someone Keeps Leaving Weird Notes On Food At Tesco
A poem about bread appeared in the bakery aisle (Picture: BPM)
January 5th, 2017 | 08:47 AM | 1387 views
Bizarre poetry and a few notes with a bit of advice have been left at a Tesco supermarket about bread and weight loss.
The latest note to be left at a branch in Coventry is a poem called ‘Bread by W.S Merwin’. W.S Merwin is an American poet with more than 50 poetry books.
The store has previously been targeted by a phantom note writer.
One note is simply entitled ‘Deer’ and was left on venison for sale in the supermarket.
One extract reads: ‘Deer are gentle and graceful and they have beautiful eyes.
‘They hurt no one but themselves.’
The Cannon Park store is located close to the University of Warwick campus and some have speculated that students could be behind the messages.
Previously an anonymous note writer fixed messages to the lids of the £7 ‘Chunky Chocolate’ and ‘Summer Strawberry’ Slim Fast products with masking tape which read ‘You don’t need these chemicals’ and ‘STOP counting calories! YOU LOOK GREAT’.
courtesy of METRO
by Richard Hartley-Parkinson
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