This Wilson tennis racket, obviously crushed by a heavy weight, came back with this explanation: "Customer could not serve well with it."
This outdoor thermometer was returned to a Walmart store when the customer complained, "It never had the correct time."
According to the defective-merchandise slip, this pencil sharpener was returned because it "doesn't sharpen any ink pens."
The customer who returned this hand mixer believed it was "possessed."
"Fishing rod torn—will not catch," complained the customer who brought it back. Walmart accepted the return.
Defective-merchandise slip for this toy set cites the reason for its return as "fishing pole didn't work—no fish."
This Stanley® vacuum bottle was made in 1954, eight years before the first Walmart opened. The customer returned it in 1983, claiming, "It leaks." The customer is always right: it did leak!