One very lucky Popeyes customer got a special surprise when she bit into her meal and said she found what appears to be a message printed on her chicken meat — in ink.
She tweeted a photo of the chicken, as one does when greeted with a hidden treat in one’s food.
NEVER GOING BACK TO THE POPEYES ON 95th & Vincennces. THERE ARE WORDS PRINTED ON MY CHICKEN. WORDS. BRUHHHH.pic.twitter.com/FBWFqGoXpb
— zoë (@zoerakaya_) March 26, 2015
The woman claims she purchased the offending chicken on Wednesday at a Popeyes in Chicago, Illinois. Though letters are visible in the photo, the customer did not say whether or not the words were legible.
The fast food chain responded to the customer directly on Twitter, and urged her to contact its Cajun Hospitality Program, which works to resolve issues in particular restaurants. Popeyes has not yet responded to Mashable‘s request for comment.
— Popeyes Chicken (@PopeyesChicken) March 26, 2015
It’s unclear whether this is a wider company issue. For now, consider sticking to salad (or maybe not).