ADDISON, Ill., Feb. 5 (UPI) -- An Illinois woman said she was shocked and outraged to discover her Comcast cable TV bill referred to her as "Super [expletive]," using a word for a female dog.
Mary Bauer, 63, of Addison, said she had been having trouble with her Comcast TV service and she needed to have 39 visits from technicians between November 2013 and April 2014.
Bauer said four months went by without her receiving a paper bill in the mail, and when one finally arrived in the mail Wednesday it was addressed to "Super B---- Bauer."
"This is a disgrace to me. Why are they doing this to me? I pay my bills. I do not deserve this," Bauer told WGN-TV.
Comcast said the bill is under investigation and officials plan to contact Bauer for further information.
The incident comes after Washington state resident Ricardo Brown received a Comcast bill addressed to "[Expletive] Brown," using a profanity in the place of the customer's first name. Comcast issued an apology to Brown and his wife.