It’s already bad enough if you discovered mould in your food (especially if you’ve already eaten half of it) but discovering your food isn’t even fully cooked can just ruin your day further.
To make things even more awkward, imagine promoting the said food recently for Mother’s Day only for people to complain online that it was not prepared well. This is the case of a netizen discovering her chicken McNuggets were undercooked.
Hello @McDMalaysia , why are my nuggets uncooked? 🥲 pic.twitter.com/WasudHQsmd
— kerisital (@itzmexw) May 9, 2022
Twitter user @itzmexw posted photos on her profile yesterday (Monday, 9th May) showing the chicken McNuggets she ordered from the Kuchai Lama branch. She later discovered that her nuggets were apparently uncooked and by the looks of it, they were not even pre-cooked.
The Twitter post had gained attention with 1.2k retweets, over 300 quote tweets and 2.9k likes. @itzmexw has apparently tried contacting McDonalds on their social media platforms including Twitter and Facebook Messenger but sadly McDonalds has yet to respond. A couple of people suggested that it’s better to reach out to the management via email.
Nikmati Chicken McNuggets dengan sos Kari Japun BAHARU daripada McD. Pelbagai cita rasa untuk dinikmati sama-sama. Pesan hari ini! pic.twitter.com/W56134g6pZ
— McDonalds Malaysia (@McDMalaysia) May 9, 2022
Funnily enough, McDonalds recently posted promotions for their Chicken McNuggets on Mother’s Day on Twitter as well as their new Japanese Curry dipping sauce that goes with the nuggets. Who knew that it would turn up this way?
Netizens reacted to @itzmexw ‘s post with some commenting that they’ve had similar experiences. Others were shocked that her nuggets looked like they weren’t even pre-cooked. Some even tried to make light of the situation because sometimes things like this do happen.
McDonalds has yet to release an official statement regarding the tweet. Let’s hope @itzmexw will be fully compensated for this.
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