Tesco worker ‘brightens everyone’s day’ with sweet tannoy announcement

A Tesco worker left people in stitches by taking over the tannoy with an announcement to supermarket shoppers.

Nathan Lorenzo filmed himself telling customers that they had ten minutes left to finish their shopping before the shop would be closing.

But his extra-special delivery left people in stitches – with the video racking up more than two million views on TikTok.

In it, he begins: “Good evening my pumpkins.

“It’s yours truly and this is a customer announcement. Now don’t go shooting the messenger but I do have some awful news I have to inform you on.”

In the background, his manager can be heard shouting “Nathan!” but the determined employee keeps going.

He continues: “And that awful news is that we will be closing in the next ten minutes.

“So if you can all select those final items, grab the bottle of [inaudible] and foxtrot down to our checkouts.

“Where you will be served by the fabulous Sean. I hope you all have a lovely evening and thank you, once again, for shopping with us at Tesco.”

In the background, people can be heard laughing at the hilarious announcement – but his manager wasn’t so impressed.

He can be heard saying: “Err no,” leaving people on TikTok disappointed that he didn’t like it.

One person commented: “What does he mean ‘err no’? You did it better than anyone else I’ve ever heard.”

Another said: “Tesco you need to give him a raise and tell that manager to lighten up because if I heard this on the tannoy it would make my day.”

A third added: “Tesco should be proud to have such a brilliant employee.

“You bring brightness into this robotic and scary world.”

Luckily, Nathan clarified in the comments that the manager did actually enjoy the impromptu announcement.

He explained: “He LOVED the tannoy in the end, he just panicked and was worried I’d say something bad.”

The video racked up 400,000 likes and thousands of comments, with many of them saying Nathan had brightened the shoppers’ days.

One viewer commented: “You’re the only person that made me smile today.”

Another added: “I would shop in that Tesco exclusively if I heard this.”