NEVER GOING BACK TO THE POPEYES ON 95th & Vincennces. THERE ARE WORDS PRINTED ON MY CHICKEN. WORDS. BRUHHHH. 😩😩😩 pic.twitter.com/FBWFqGoXpb
— zoë ✨ (@zoerakaya_) March 26, 2015
A customer at a Chicago Popeyes restaurant was the unfortunate consumer to find what looks to be printed lettering on her Popeyes chicken meal, and appears to be in ink.
According to the female customer’s Twitter, she tweeted a photo of the tained chicken piece and wrote:
“NEVER GOING BACK TO THE POPEYES ON 95th & Vincennces. THERE ARE WORDS PRINTED ON MY CHICKEN. WORDS. BRUHHHH.”
The official Twitter account for Popeyes read to the tweet from the woman, and sent back a response:
“@zoerakaya_ Very sorry to see this. Please share with our team at http://popeyes.com/contact so we can look into this store.”
The account told the customer to contact the Cajun Hospitality Program, which helps to solve issues in particular chain stores.
So far, there’s no details as to whether this has been an ongoing issue with Popeyes, or its food, but we will keep you posted for any updates.
SOURCE: Mashable | PHOTO CREDIT: Twitter