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Student reveals homemade cake sent to her by her mother was half eaten on arrival

Student left baffled after Black Forest cake sent by her mother by Royal Mail when she was feeling ill arrived HALF EATEN

  • Tamara Johnson’s mother sent her a homemade Black Forest chocolate cake 
  • But the cake was half-eaten on delivery and came in a Royal Mail damaged bag   
  • Some said it looked like it had been eaten by a rat, but the cake packaging  safe as the packaging was in tact and only one slice of cake was missing

A woman has revealed her shock after a cake sent to her as a surprise from her mother was half-eaten on arrival. 

Tamara Johnson’s mother sent her a homemade Black Forest chocolate cake to her home in London where she’s living while studying at University.

But the surprise gift came in a damaged bag with half the cake missing, causing Tamara to accuse the Royal Mail of theft. 

Taking to TikTok, Tamara revealed the unfortunate indictment which she branded  ‘funny and odd’.

‘We’ve got a cake stealer in @royal.mail,’ she joked as caption in the video.

Explaining her situation Tamara said: ‘So this morning I got this little box in the mail, it came in one of those damaged bags with this massive chunk coming out of it.

‘I was like “what is happening here?”

‘So I opened it up and  saw this and there was a note from my mum, and basically it was a slice of cake,’ she went on.  

She then panned to the box showing one slice of cake in tin foil, next to scrunched up tin foil. 

Tamara Johnson’s (pictured) mother sent her a homemade Black Forest chocolate cake to her home in London where she’s living while studying at University – but it was half-eaten on arrival

Taking to TikTok , Tamara revealed the unfortunate indictment which she branded 'funny and odd'.

Explaining her situation Tamara said: 'So this morning I got this little box in the mail, it came in one of those damaged bags with this massive chunk coming out of it.

Taking to TikTok , Tamara revealed the unfortunate indictment which she branded ‘funny and odd’. Explaining her situation Tamara said: ‘So this morning I got this little box in the mail, it came in one of those damaged bags with this massive chunk coming out of it.

Tamara then said her mother told her she sent two slices, meaning one had gone missing.  

‘In the process of this being sent to me, someone has literally ripped open the package, eaten a slice of the cake and then put the wrapper back in and still delivered it to my house,’ she said. 

‘Royal Mail, you’ve got some explaining to do’.   

Tamara told FEMAIL that she’d been unwell the week before and her mother had sent it to her to cheer her up, but she did end up getting a laugh from the situation. 

Tamara then said her mother told her she sent two slices, meaning one had gone missing

Tamara then said her mother told her she sent two slices, meaning one had gone missing

The video quickly racked up more than 58 thousand views, with many questioning if it was a rat of a human that took the slice. 

The students said she didn’t think it was a rodent as the packaging was in tact, and one slice was completely untouched.  

Others commenting saying they’d had similar experiences.  

The video quickly racked up more than 58 thousand views, with many questioning if it was a rat of a human that took the slice. The students said she didn't think it was a rodent as the packaging was in tact, and one slice was completely untouched

The video quickly racked up more than 58 thousand views, with many questioning if it was a rat of a human that took the slice. The students said she didn’t think it was a rodent as the packaging was in tact, and one slice was completely untouched

‘The audacity to not only eat a piece, but to also deliver the rubbish after eating it!’ said one.

‘How did they know there would be cake inside?’ said one, ‘Do they open all the packages looking for snacks?’.

‘The same thing happened to my friend when she posted her boyfriend iced biscuits, thieves!’ said another. 

Royal Mail’s website allows those who have received damaged or tampered with gifts to be reported, with possible investigations and compensations possible. 

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