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Angry Tesco shopper vows to continue two year 'boycott' because of 'excessive

queues'A disgruntled shopper who claims she has boycotted Tesco for two years

says she will continue to do so - because of excessive queues. Gillian Westlake lashed out at the supermarket

giant for outrageous waits, and said frail elderly customers were becoming increasingly anxious at having to stand

for so long. Gillian told Somerset Live that she will avoid the chain after once again enduring a frustratin

g visit to a store in Weston-super-Mare.  She hit out at Tesco on Twitter, as she has done on a number of occasions since 2014. The irate shopper wrote: Well I’ve boycotted Tesco for two years and I’m queuing now in Weston-super-Mare and guess what massive queues and long waits. Nothing has changed. Shame on you. Despite her complaints she admits she still pops in occasionally, but always seems to face a lengthy queue. Gillian Westlake hit out at the supermarket giant on Twitter after being kept waiting (Image: SOMERSET LIVE WS) Read MoreRelated ArticlesShocked onlookers confront man after he kicks Jack Russell in face and leaves it cowering at the end of lead She said: I stopped shopping in Weston-super-Mare Tesco about two years ago due to outrageously long queues. I pop in occasionally as today. Cashier apologised for the wait. The customer service team has responded to Gillian’s complaint and logged the feedback. A spokesman responded to her tweet by saying: “Hi Gillian, I’m sorry to hear about this and appreciate your frustration. She told Somerset Live: “Two Christmases ago I had three occasions to witness excessive queues and not many tills open and staff standing around chatting. Tesco has been criticised by the angry shopper (Image: SOMERSET LIVE WS) Read MoreRelated ArticlesDistressed mums urgent Hatchimals warning to parents after daughter gets chemical burn from bath bomb “There was an elderly couple behind me and I could tell the woman was very concerned about her husband standing. He was there around twenty minutes. “I asked them to save my place (I would let them go ahead in any case). I went to customer services and was told we are doing all we can. I then sent a tweet. “I vowed then to stop shopping at Tesco. I now only use it for my convenience. They lost my weekly shop.” A spokesman for Tesco said: “We are not aware of problems with queuing in the Weston-super-Mare store.”

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