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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Woman Found Rat In Her Fried Chicken Bucket


Usually, a bucket full of fried chicken is equal to a bucket full of joy, especially for kids. Unfortunately, a family had a very unpleasant experience when they ordered a bucket of fried chicken from this popular joint in U.S.

Rosemary Thomas and her daughter got scarred for life when they found out that the chicken they bought from Popeye's, a well-known food chain for serving Southern Fried Chicken, had a tiny battered rat in it. 


The food chain, which has over 2,000 stores in over 40 U.S. states, is actually flooded with different complaints on their Twitter page for having strange items appearing on their food like cockroach legs, plastics, etc.

Thomas used the social media to spread the word after not receiving any feedback from the New York News desk.

She posted:
Friends and family, this is a meal Popeyes in Harlem served my daughter, my niece and sister. This is clearly a rat and they have the nerve to have a 5 rating by the department of health. I've sent this picture to [email protected] and no one has contacted me. People please free to share this picture. Think about all the other rat that have been served and the lasting effect this will have on my daughter, niece and sister. The exact address is 2730 Frederick Douglas Blvd.

The Twitter then, went mad after the gruesome photo spread like wildfire and some netizens are even concerned whether the family had accidentally eaten the rat.

Unbelievably, the food chain received an A grade from the Department of Health last April 21, 2016. But on the previous year, the chain's facility was branded "not vermin proof" and has "harborage or conditions conducive to attracting vermin to the premises and/or allowing vermin to exist".

According to the New York Daily News, Thomas’ daughter was taken to an urgent care facility after being sick.

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