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Mr. Wilson’s Father’s Day was turned upside down when a mistake from Funky Pigeon led his partner to think he was cheating on her. Mr Wilson, 52, was due to receive a card from his daughter Darcy, 22, ahead of this weekend’s celebration. Instead, Mr. Wilson received a card with a young baby that read “Happy 1st Father’s Day!” – coincidentally a nickname that her own children call her.

The card read, “To the best pops! Happy first Father’s Day to be my pops and many more to come! The moment I saw you, I knew I had the best pops ever!” Hope you have the best day ever! I really love having cuddles with you, you make me feel so loved! Lots of kisses and hugs. All my love Summer-Rae. “

While Mr Wilson was at work, his partner Kerry, 44, opened the card and immediately thought her boyfriend had cheated and had a secret new child.

She tried to call Mr. Wilson, but after no response, she saw red and smashed her television, laptop, and personal phone.

Mr Wilson told MEN: “She’s a little paranoid because 15 years ago I was a bit of a bad boy. But I have changed now. And it was there. A card with a little boy or girl on it, no more than six months old with “Pops” written on it.

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“If this was a generic Father’s Day card it wouldn’t be so bad, but my kids call me Pops. Needless to say, it had gotten absolutely ballistic.

“For Funky Pigeon it’s a simple mistake, but for me it’s a threat to life. Because they haven’t done their job well, it causes me grief.

“They said they would send me the card that my daughter was going to send for free originally, but what’s an apology?”

Kerry added: “We have made up now.”

A spokesperson for Funky Pigeon said, “We really appreciate the importance of Father’s Day to our customers and we do our best to make things right for our customers.

“We sincerely apologize for this error; it resulted from human error which was immediately rectified.

“We have contacted our customer to apologize for the inconvenience and have reissued the card correctly with a full refund and will also be offering a gift from our popular gift selection range.”

Additional reporting by Olive Loveridge-Greene and Jessica Sansome.

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This notice was published: 2021-06-21 17:38:39

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