A woman in China had a not so lovin' it experience when her delivery order of fried chicken wings from a Beijing McDonald's arrived with their feathers still attached
The woman only noticed the feathers after her daughter bit into one of the wings, making it a disgusting experience
"A chicken wing overgrown with feathers was fried and then sold, to be sent straight into a child's mouth!", the mother wrote in a social media post while sharing a photo of the chicken wings with the feathers clearly seen protruding through the fried coating.
"My child is now having nightmares, and whenever she eats she retches," she added, as reported by South China Morning Post (SCMP).
When she went to the McD's outlet to complain, they tried to offer her 10 times the price of the chicken wings plus an additional 300 yuan (RM185) in cash or coupons
She, however, refused the compensation, writing:
Who can accept this?
And reported the matter to the local food safety administration.
Following which, McDonald's issued an apology on Weibo, announcing that they are looking into the matter, according to a report in SCMP.
"We express our sincere apologies for the product flaw which was not immediately detected by the restaurant and has caused inconvenience for the customer," read the apology posted by McDonald's on Tuesday.