Earlier this month, a California man claimed that KFC served him a deep fried rat!
Well, after much denying, the US fast food company finally DNA tested the alleged rodent.
Last week, KFC was forced to confront a customer's accusations that he'd been served a fried rat in a three-piece meal at a Los Angeles store. But was it as finger-licking bad as he made out?
Devorise Dixon, 25, posted a photo of a nasty-looking entree to Facebook after he bit into it and something didn't seem right, reports the Huffington Post.
He said the piece of food had a rubbery texture, and that a store manager told him it was a rat.
KFC was quick to counter Dixon's claims. The company said he hadn't responded to requests to have the meal tested by a lab and wasn't cooperating with an investigation.
The company also said that a photo from Dixon's Instagram feed, which shows the morsel from a different angle, made it clear that the food was chicken (not rodent).
Coronel also alleged that Dixon lied about being told the piece of chicken was a rat. Coronel said the company is "reviewing all options" when it comes to any potential legal action against Dixon.