Le Gull Eye viewers have identified an error in the John Lewis Christmas ad.
Christmas lovers were delighted to enjoy the festive countdown with the highly anticipated ad but a few were thrown head over heels on a featured bus.
The heartbreaking clip was inspired by the random behavior during the lockdown.
It starts with a little boy who gets his football stuck in a tree, The Mirror reported.
Then her sail, a girl with broken glasses, helps to use the umbrella of the heart to throw it away.
This triggers even more behavior as the little one helps a snowman to fly, who then helps a family drive their car.
The audience, however, was not impressed with the next scene – although the actual exchange was very heartwarming, as a loving nurse repaired the little girl’s glasses with a heart-shaped sticker from an apple.
However, the two were traveling in a 222 bus that said it was heading towards Tutting, but in real life that bus route runs from Oxbridge to Hounslow.
Bus spotters went to social media to share their frustrations over the error.
One viewer cried out: “John Lewis is sending me a Christmas ad, why is F *** going to The Tutting?”
Another commented: “By providing the great John Lewis ad you can get the truth that Tutting doesn’t have 222 buses,” adding: “Which obviously I can’t.”
A third tweeted: “My only criticism in the John Lewis ad is not Tutting 222” “
Fourth push: “I’m afraid I can’t support this ad because I’ve run 222 countless times and it doesn’t go anywhere near Totting.”
Another eagle-eyed viewer wrote: “True check: 222 moves from Uxbridge to Hunslow and nowhere near Tutting. Did you really think we wouldn’t notice that Johlewis?”
Others, however, shared their love of the ad with the text: “Anyone else has seen it On Twitter That is what is needed now.
“Some kindness and love really surrounds the world. So here’s something from me.”
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