You heard her. Her losses are both "monetary and emotional," with the monetary part being not quite three dollars, and the emotional part being that she expected wafer and found none. Just to clarify. Ahmad also cited a case from the 1930's as legal precedence, because, everyone remembers the big Kit Kat wafer crash of the 30's. Wait, that never happened. Also, she did admit that she was "trying her luck." At least she's self-aware. Kind of.
Nestle thus far has declined to comment. Something tells us it's not high on the company's to-do.
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