This Morning presenter Alison Hammond left fans stunned when she admitted to being charged £10,000 for getting her car serviced and "didn't even notice." The host, 47, helmed Friday's instalment of the ITV show alongside regular co-host Dermot O'Leary and made the shocking revelation while sat opposite guests Carol Vorderman and Gyles Brandreth.
Following a discussion about a man who was charged £35,000 for an Uber trip when the driver mistook the location of Manchester for Australia, Alison shared her own experience at being overcharged.READ MORE: Holly and Phillip apologise to This Morning viewers after forgetting to issue warningShe said: "I got my car serviced and I paid for the service, and I didn't notice until they phoned me that they charged me 10 thousand pounds for the service.""10 thousand pounds?," gasped Carol.The ITV star chimed: "They charged me 10 thousand pounds!
They noticed a month later and phoned me up and said we've overcharged you. It was £1,000 but they charged me 10 thousand and I didn't even notice.""But that's nice that they phone me back.
There are lots of good people in the world," she added.Viewers were floored by Alison's revelation, with many taking to social media to share how stunned they were."Didn't notice ten grand going out of your bank account! #ThisMorning," penned one user.A second added: "If you don't notice £10,000 taken from your account you must have a heck of a lot of money in there! #ThisMorning.""Must have some money if she didn’t notice that she’d being overcharged by 9 grand…#ThisMorning," echoed another.While a fourth questioned: "How do you not notice being charged £10,000?!"Alison's admission was prompted by former politician Gyles who told a story about Joanna Lumley.Read more on dailystar.co.uk