BUSINESSES have warned they will be forced to start fining customers who complain.
Chief executives stressed that red tape and rising overheads mean that you will have to like their products and services or it will cost you another £100.
A spokesman for the CBI said: “In the face of adversity, business leaders have built their corporations using nothing but zero hours contracts, tax loopholes and large political donations.
“All that is in jeopardy if ‘customers’ are allowed to just mouth off whenever they feel like it.”
The spokesman added: “It’s not a fine, it’s an inverted refund.”
A spokesman for Tesco said: “Because of the very challenging business landscape, we are going to have to fine people who shop anywhere else.
“You will get used to the drone following you everywhere you go.”