A diner at the big-budget Hawksmoor restaurant in Manchester, UK.
The restaurant then tweeted about the incident
"To the customer who accidentally got given a bottle of Chateau le Pin Pomerol 2001, which is £ 4,500 on our menu, last night – hope you enjoyed your evening!" the tweet said.
The tweet quickly went viral. 19659002] The story was helped in no small measure by UK broadcaster Piers Morgan, who has more than 6 million followers on his Twitter account
Morgan asked if he could.
Jennifer Glass, CEO at consultancy Business Growth Strategies told CNBC Friday that the restaurant may have generated "millions" in media worth for just £ 4,500.
"What happened here is another example of creating a business," said Starbucks as much as $ 2 billion in free advertising.
April Rudin, the founder & CEO at the marketing firm The Rudin Group, told us about CNBC Friday, the one-two punch when the social media stars were aligned.
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What is the origin of the news? it is the staff member's job is not at risk.
Follow CNBC International on and Facebook, co-owner Will Beckett said that it was the "expensive mistake."
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