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Food Secret spice not so nice: 'Long-time' KFC fan finds safety pin and strand of hair in his chicken meal

02:45  19 june  2018
02:45  19 june  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Secret spice not so nice : ' Long - time ' KFC fan finds safety pin and strand of hair in his chicken meal . A ' long - time ' KFC customer said he was appalled after

A ' long time ' KFC customer was left appalled after he found a safety and a strand hair attached to a piece of chicken . Jamie Allen, who was unimpressed over what he had found in his meal , posted an image of his Zinger box to KFC 's Facebook page.

Jamie Allen, who was unimpressed over what he had found in his meal, posted an image of his Zinger box to KFC's Facebook page© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Jamie Allen, who was unimpressed over what he had found in his meal, posted an image of his Zinger box to KFC's Facebook page A 'long-time' KFC customer said he was appalled after finding a safety pin and strand of hair in his chicken lunch.

A very unimpressed Jamie Allen recently posted an image of his Zinger box to KFC's Facebook page.

Mr Allen said he bought his 'finger lickin’ good meal at the Cranbourne KFC outlet in Melbourne.

'So KFC, I am a long time eater, first-time complainer,' Mr Allen's post on the fast-food giants' Facebook page read.

'I enjoy your Zinger Box on a Sunday when I'm under the weather.

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A ‘ long time ’ KFC customer was left appalled after he found a safety and a strand hair attached to a piece of chicken . Jamie Allen, who was unimpressed over what he had found in his meal , posted an image of his Zinger box to KFC ’s Facebook page.

Jamie Allen, from Melbourne, Australia, shared this image on Facebook of a safety pin and strand of hair in his box of fried chicken from KFC . He wrote: “So kfc I’m a long time eater, first time complainer.

'But today, after paying a visit to your Cranbourne store I have a question to ask.

'Are two of your secret herbs and species, safety pins and hair?

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An Australian ' KFC lover' has taken to Facebook to share the disgusting find in his fried chicken meal . Are two of your secret herbs and spices , safety pins and hair ? not really impressed and forgot my potato and gravy.'

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'(I am) not really impressed and (you) forgot my potato and gravy.'

KFC responded to Mr Allen's post, telling him they 'take these matters seriously.

'Can you please send us a PM (personal message) with the details of your order (inc. time of visit) as well as your best contact details so we can follow this up with you.

The post has also gained a large social media attention, with people sharing their disapproval over the incident.

a red stop sign sitting on the side of a road: Jamie Allen bought his Zinger Box meal at the Cranbourne KFC outlet (pictured) in Melbourne© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Jamie Allen bought his Zinger Box meal at the Cranbourne KFC outlet (pictured) in Melbourne

One comment read: 'KFC get your act together I’ve seen this so many times it’s not even funny. Putting our lives at risk. Imagine a child bit into this ..'

Another comment read: 'That why I refuse to go to Cranbourne KFC. It's so bad I got really sick when the chicken was under cook(ed).

Daily Mail Australia has contacted KFC for comment.

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A man has tucked into a box of KFC from a Cranbourne restaurant to find a safety pin and hair in his chicken lunch meal . Source: Jamie Allen / Facebook.

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