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Woman shocked after receiving 'vile' Toby Carvery leftovers wrapped in cling film

Woman shocked after receiving 'vile' Toby Carvery leftovers wrapped in cling film

Toby Carvery gave 18-year-old Trinity Martin her leftovers wrapped in clingfilm, and she wasn't best pleased about it

A diner was left shocked after staff at a Toby Carvery gave her leftovers to take home wrapped up only in clingfilm.

A Sunday roast is one of the most popular and respected traditions in the country, with millions of people tucking in to the hearty fayre every weekend.

But, it can be hard to make your way through a full roast, particularly if you’ve had a big Saturday night beforehand.

So, with that in mind, it’s not unrealistic that you might want to take some home with you for later.

However, what you wouldn’t want is to get the whole sloppy mess handed to you wrapped up only in a thin, improvised bag of clingfilm.

The Toby Carvery roast is a staple of British culture.

That’s what happened to Trinity Martin this past weekend, though.

The 18-year-old and three members of her family went to the Maes Knoll branch of the popular restaurant last Sunday (18 June), hoping to take in one of their famous roasts.

They weren’t able to polish the whole lot off, so asked to take the rest home in a box.

However, they claim to have been told that they couldn’t do that, giving her the remaining food wrapped up in clingfilm instead.

The family took the ‘vile’ lot home with them, but eventually ended up chucking it into the bin.

To be honest, it doesn’t look like the most appealing thing in the world, does it?

Here's how the leftovers were brought.

Would you eat it, or would you be hurling it into the trash?

Trinity, who works as a trainee lash technician and is from Bristol’s Knowle Park area, explained how she reacted to being presented with the clingfilm bag.

She said: "It looked vile.

“We were very shocked.

"We were laughing because everyone around us were giving weird looks.

"We thought the waitress was joking at first but she wasn't.

"We brought it home because we didn't want to be rude, but we didn’t actually eat it because it looked gross."

In the defence of the restaurant, it’s just the same stuff that had been on her plate.

Trinity Martin said that the wrapped-up roast was 'vile'.

They might have wrapped it up a bit better, but it’s essentially the same things that could have just been placed onto a plate.

Still, it’s all about the optics, isn’t it?

We’ve approached Toby Carvery - well, Mitchells & Butlers, the company that owns Toby - for a comment, so we’ll let you know what they say once they come back to us.

Featured Image Credit: SWNS

Topics: UK News, Food And Drink, Weird