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Melbourne pharmacy worker arrives late to find note from man who desperately needs drugs

A stunned employee has arrived to work late to find a person had left behind an strongly worded handwritten letter.

The confused worker shared a photo of the aggravated letter online that was found ‘stuck to the door’ one morning in an elite Melbourne suburb. 

The person behind the letter claimed to have been waiting ‘outside’ the ‘Toorak Road pharmacy since 8am’.

A confused worker shared a photo of an aggravated letter (pictured) online that was found ‘stuck to the door’ of a pharmacy one morning in an elite Melbourne suburb

The letter written in a black ink pen on a piece of paper which was torn on the left hand side was addressed to OGGS Pharmacy (pictured) but they claim they did not receive the letter

The letter written in a black ink pen on a piece of paper which was torn on the left hand side was addressed to OGGS Pharmacy (pictured) but they claim they did not receive the letter

The person behind the letter claimed to have been waiting 'outside' the 'Toorak Road pharmacy since 8am' (stock image) but the pharmacy failed to 'open from that time'

The person behind the letter claimed to have been waiting ‘outside’ the ‘Toorak Road pharmacy since 8am’ (stock image) but the pharmacy failed to ‘open from that time’

‘I specifically chose to bring my business to your establishment due to the fact that the sign outside advertises your business as being open from that time,’ the letter read. 

‘I am severely unimpressed and will have you know you will be hearing from my lawyers.

‘Yours, satanically severely p***ed off.

‘PS. My friend thinks you are a c*** head … f*** you.’

The letter written in a black ink pen on a piece of paper which was torn on the left hand side had another message added at the bottom of the note at ‘8.32am’.

‘As paying customers we are at present in a potentially harmful situation. I am now beyond worrying about the medication I am so desperately in need of and cannot erase the vengeful thought s which have entered my mind,’ the writer stated.

Despite a person claiming to have found the bizarre letter pinned to the door, Oggs Pharmacy pharmacist told Daily Mail Australia they had no idea about the note.

‘To my knowledge, both me and my staff didn’t find that letter at all,’ he said.

Reddit users mocked the letter online saying someone was desperate for chemist drugs while another claimed lines are always long when pharmacies open (pictured)

Reddit users mocked the letter online saying someone was desperate for chemist drugs while another claimed lines are always long when pharmacies open (pictured)

The pharmacist said they had never received a letter with ‘harsh words’.

‘If customers are upset with our service, we do apologise if we couldn’t reach them on time,’ he said.

‘Occasionally we open later because of the bad traffic along Toorak Road.’

The pharmacist denied that the letter was found at their shop front but did say they could learn a lesson from the customer’s bad experience by providing an ’emergency contact number’ on their website.

Daily Mail Australia contacted the other pharmacies in the area and they all claimed to know nothing about the letter. 

Despite a person claiming to have found the bizarre letter pinned to the door, Oggs Pharmacy pharmacist told Daily Mail Australia they had no idea about the note (stock image)

Despite a person claiming to have found the bizarre letter pinned to the door, Oggs Pharmacy pharmacist told Daily Mail Australia they had no idea about the note (stock image)



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