Irish chip shop comes to the rescue of 'down trodden husband' during dinner emergency after online SOS
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Irish chip shop comes to the rescue of 'down trodden husband' during dinner emergency after online SOS

WHILE one Tipperary chip shop challenged customers to a Megaburger, a Mayo takeaway came to the rescue of a 'down trodden' husband who was having a dinner emergency. 

Danolla's takeaway in Castlebar received an order from a customer via online ordering service JustEat, with some urgent instructions.

"Please put salt and vinegar, need them asap.

"I was supposed to order them over half an hour ago and the wife is going to kill me.

"Thanks, Down Trodden Husband."

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(Picture: Danolla's Castlebar/Facebook) The instructions from the "down trodden husband" (Picture: Danolla's Castlebar/Facebook)

As for whether this forgetful husband got his order on time, Danolla's told The Irish Post: "It was a life or death situation so we made sure he got his fresh chips as soon as possible.

"We even got a thank you the following day from the wife herself!"

See the post in full below...

We get all sort of requests but this is the best so far ?

Posted by Danolla's Castlebar on Saturday, 4 February 2017

 

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It's not the first time an Irish person has used the 'additional comments' form as a makeshift emergency service when ordering online.

At Christmas, a Belfast chip shop received an order from a sick customer asking them to pick up some Benylin and deliver it with their food.