Yuck! Woman finds something quite disgusting in a takeout order


You don’t expect to find something like this when ordering take out. The story begins with a woman who just wanted to eat chicken wings. She had ordered take-out on Friday from a nearby restaurant. However, she would soon lose her appetite as her order had inadvertently included something else with her chicken wings that she certainly didn’t want. Now her ordeal has gone viral on the internet as many share their own restaurant nightmare stories

WIVB Reports that the woman from South Williamsport, Pa., ordered fried chicken wings from the local establishment on Friday. but when her order arrived, she noticed that one of the fried “wings” had a strange shape. Now, it wasn’t a chicken wing. It was a chicken head. Of course, what do you do in today’s world when you come across something like this? You transmit it on social networks. his post has since been shared thousands of times.

I just feel like I should do a post about it because who finds a chicken head? I wasn’t trying to slander anyone, it was just funny to me.

WIVB says the restaurant offered a refund and apologized. Restoration systems have been in contact with their wing supplier. Almost makes you think twice about wanting to order takeout again?

So while this is a case where a person found something in their food that they didn’t want, have you heard of this woman having something more? So much so that she plans to sue over it. Syracuse.com reports that a woman sues Kellogg’s because their strawberry and whole grain toaster pastries do not contain strawberries, but rather other fruits. The costume claims that the snacks actually contain more pears and apples, which does not provide the nutritional benefits of a strawberry.

TMZ says the class action claims damages exceed $ 5 million. Why the woman didn’t go to her nearest produce stand and buy some real strawberries to consume remains a total mystery

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