Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) has made various attempts to contact the customer in US claimed that he found a deep fried rat in his takeaway. But he is refusing to talk to us directly. KFC told that “Our chicken tenders often vary in size and shape, and we currently have no evidence to support this allegation. We have extended the opportunity to have an independent lab evaluate the product at our own expense, but the customer refuses to provide the product in question.
KFC was strolled across the social media after a man in the US claimed that he found a deep fried rat in his takeaway. Devorise Dixon said he spotted a ‘tail’ in a strangely shaped chicken breast which he purchased from the California outlet of the fast food chain. He said when he made a closer inspection; it turned out to be a fried rat. Dixon’s Facebook has become the morsel of debate. He’s has thousands of followers on his Facebook and so shared this content by thousands of people who have posted on his timeline that they’ve shared his cooked rodent story to their networks.
While the shape of the piece of meat definitely resembles the figure of a rat, there are a couple of things that seem a little off. Devorise Dixon has posted the pictures on Facebook which sparked off a wide-spread debate. Devorise Dixon Facebook post reads: “It sent deep chills throughout my whole body! I’ve been feeling weird ever since. It’s time for a lawyer, be safe don’t eat fast food!”.
According to KFC’s statement,” A customer (Devorise Dixon) has made a serious claim against KFC in the US and refuses to cooperate in the investigation. The images the customer originally posted do not include this second angle because it clearly shows it’s a piece of hand-breaded white meat chicken.
Based on this, and the fact that he refuses to allow anyone to see the product, KFC US is left to believe that he intended to deceive the public with this hoax and are considering all options.” KFC shared a magnified version of the image pointing at the white meat suggesting that it is nothing but a rat-shaped chicken.