A law student at King’s College London is threatening to sue Kit Kat manufacturer Nestle after an 8-pack of the chocolate and wafer snacks she purchased did not contain any wafers.
Saima Ahmad, 20, threatened the potential legal action in a strongly-worded letter to Nestle demanding a lifetime supply of Kit Kat bars as compensation for her wafer-less candy experience. She even went as far as to claim that “the loss I have suffered is of monetary and emotional significance.”
The emotional significance of an all-chocolate KitKat bar? Give us a break. (And break us off a piece of that KitKat bar, while you’re at it.)
Ahmad warned Nestle she “wouldn’t rule out taking this further” if she didn’t receive an apology and adequate compensation for overly chocolatey snack.
There is no word yet on if Ahmad just needed a Snickers bar, because she gets a little litigious when she’s hungry.