When you order chicken at KFC, they’ll ask if you prefer drumsticks or thighs. Sometimes they’ll sneak in a wing, which is a buzz kill – it’s smaller, and more skin than meat.
Marc Nicholls would’ve taken a wing over what he found in his bucket of chicken though.
He was left on the verge of vomiting after realizing the meat behind that patented KFC coating was a lung.
‘It was disgusting,’ Nicholls, 30, told the Daily Mail Australia. ‘It was absolutely vile. I pulled a piece off, then found that and spat the rest out.’
He told the staff, who told him they suspected it was a lung. That’s all they did for him; Nicholls didn’t even get a refund, but was advised to contact customer service.
A KFC spokesman said the offending ‘meat’ was most likely a chicken lung or kidney that had been missed during preparation.
KFC has lost at least one customer through all this: Nicholls, who’s vowed to never return to the fried chicken joint again.
‘When you’re eating junk food, you’re actually getting junk.’