Currys refuse to fix TV broken by fly because it was an ‘act of God’

Currys refuse to fix TV broken by fly because it was an

The act of God probably unfolded like this (Picture: Getty Image/METRO/mylo) They say God works in mysterious ways – like behind 65-inch plasma TVs, according to Currys.

Currys refuse to repair £800 TV broken by fly because it

Electrical retailer Currys refused to repair a customer’s £800 TV when it was broken by a fly because they said it was an «act of God».

Currys refused to repair 65-inch TV broken by a fly

But the store refused to repair it saying a fly had got stuck in the back and the fault was therefore caused by «an act of God» and was not covered by the one-year warranty.

Currys Refused To Repair TV As They Said It Was Broken By

The store refused to repair it, saying a fly had got stuck in the back and the fault was ‘an act of God’, which isn’t covered by their one-year warranty, The Mirror reports.

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Currys Refused to Repair TV Due to Fly Attack «Act of God

A man was left with no choice but to do a sad face for the world’s media after electrical chain Currys said his TV was broken by an act of god — an attack on its pixels by a trapped fly.

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Currys says fly-damaged TV an ‘act of God’ Electronics retailer wanted to charge £95 screen-repair for damage caused by a humble fly, despite it being within warranty.

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Man’s TV Broken By Fly – Currys Says It’s An ‘Act Of God’

A man whose £800 television stopped working after a fly got inside was refused a free repair by Currys – after it was deemed an “act of God” Chris Chamney, 22, bought the 65-inch LG television last Boxing Day but contacted the store when pixels on the screen went black recently.

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Sep 22, 2015 · Staff at a Curry’s store in Leicester refused to repair a customer’s £800 TV when it was broken by a fly because they said it was an «act of God».