Lady Customer Slams Fast-Food Chain Over Alleged Disgusting Fried Chicken

Lady Customer Airs Dismay Towards Fast-Food Chain Over Alleged Disgusting Fried Chicken

A lady customer has expressed her disappointment and lambasted a popular fast-food chain over alleged disgusting fried chicken.

A Facebook user named May Joy Bartolazo has shared the photos of alleged disgusting object she found on her fried chicken. The post immediately spread like a wildfire online and elicits comments from the social media users.

Bartolazo is claiming that the fried chicken she bought from the popular fast-food chain Jollibee Legarda in Baguio City via Food Panda contains maggots. She expressed her fury and disappointment due to the incident.

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In the photos, it can be seen that the chicken seems to be fine until she found tiny white objects on her meal. The customer claimed that the white disgusting objects were maggots and she lost her appetite due to what she had witnessed.

Here is the full post:

Maggots sa friedchicken


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Unfortunately, Bartolazo received a massive amount of criticisms and negative reactions from the online community because of her post. The netizens noticed that the object were eggs of flies.

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Many netizens assumed that the customer takes a little bit long to consume the food from the time she received it and flies have already laid eggs on it. They were urging her to delete or remove the post.

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Here are some of the comments:

A few months ago, Jollibee has been also involved in a controversy after a disappointed customer claimed that she received a fried towel instead of fried chicken. The incident sparked debates online.

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