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Just Eat customer sent voicemail saying 'I hope you choke and die' after complaint to takeaway

 A JUST Eat customer was sent a voicemail message from an alleged takeaway employee telling him to "choke and die" on his food after he complained.

Christopher Megrath received the savage message after waiting two and a half hours before the "grim" grub from John’s Supper Bar eventually turned up.


He phoned the takeaway on Anfield Road, Liverpool, to enquire about where his £18 order of curry, spare ribs, and fritters was.

The magazine editor cancelled his order completely after becoming fed up with the lengthy wait – but the takeaway driver was already en route.

Christopher said the scran eventually turned up two and a half hours after he initially placed his order – and he ended up getting more than the fast food.

He received a brutal voicemail message from a caller who he claims is a member of staff at the Chinese chip shop.

A female voice can be heard saying: "I hope you know your food won’t be free you scruffy little c***. 

"I will be going through Just Eat for my money back and I hope you f*****g choke and die on it."


Christopher shared a clip of the shocking voicemail on Twitter alongside the caption: "Processed a refund through @JustEatUK because the food was two hours late and grim and got this from the venue. Lmao."

The unbelievable video now has nearly 85,000 views and over 100 comments from social media users.

One wrote, "Wow, just a shame they didn’t put as much effort into their orders."

"It's the personal touch that really sets them above the rest," another joked.

"I don't know about anyone else, but I just cannot stop listening to this … such passion! (especially when she says the C word)," one said.

Another added, "She seems nice!" 

The online delivery service Just Eat responded to Christopher's tweet saying they were "deeply concerned to see this," and are investigating the incident.

Christopher, who lives in Liverpool city centre, explained, "I phoned after waiting for an hour asking where my food was and they said they were waiting on the driver. 

"I phoned after an hour and a half, again saying ‘where’s my food?’ and they said again they were waiting on the driver. 

"After an hour and 50 minutes I thought ‘right, I’m cancelling this’ and cancelled it on Just Eat," he said.

"It arrived after two hours and ten minutes, and it was just grim. I ordered a curry, and it was chunky, the spring rolls were pale, it just wasn’t good. 

"When I first heard the voicemail I thought ‘as if she’s sent me that’ but after listening again I just thought it was really funny. 

"I’d already got a refund so I really didn’t care. 

"I was nervous about tweeting it because they have my phone number and address but it’s just really funny."

A Just Eat spokesperson said: "At Just Eat, we want all of our customers to have a positive experience.

"While the restaurants on our platform are independent from the Just Eat business, we hold ourselves to high standards and we expect all our restaurant partners to act responsibly and respectfully at all times.

"We have been in touch with the customer and we are investigating this further."

John’s Supper Bar, which has a 3.4 star rating on the site, declined to comment.

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