KFC corporate says, the alleged customer who claimed he got a rat instead of chicken at one of the Los Angeles area KFC franchises will not release food item to get an independent lab to test it.
By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.
June 17, 2015
Los Angeles, California – On Tuesday, the Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) Corporation posted on their Facebook (FB) account that Devorise Dixon is not being to cooperative and will not release the food item that he claimed on June 11 on his FB account that he got served a rat as chicken at a KFC franchise located at 11864 Wilmington Ave. Dixon posted several photos and a video of a piece of chicken with the shape of a rat that he claimed was served to him. But to date, Dixon has not been very cooperative in releasing the questionable food item that has gone viral on the social network to an independent lab to get it tested. KFC has even offered to pay for the lab test and is willing to work with an attorney representing Dixon to get the item tested. So far KFC says, Dixon has refused an offer by KFC to get it tested.
KFC posted the following statements on their FB account on Tuesday, “KFC takes customer claims very seriously, and we are continuing to investigate this matter. Our chicken tenders often vary in size and shape, and we currently have no evidence to support this claim. We are aggressively trying to reach Mr. Dixon, and we request that he return to the restaurant with the product for testing, or call us at 1-800-Call-KFC.
“KFC has made various attempts to contact this customer, but he is refusing to talk to us directly or through an attorney. 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 now says, without evidence, they can not confirm, if Dixon’s claim is actually true. Dixon has not been to vocal or has posted any updates other then allowing news articles about his claim to be posted by FB users on his account.
Dixon’s rat claim might not be what it seems, if he can not provide proof of evidence about his alleged claim of being served a rat instead of chicken.