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Customer receives fried chicken 3 hours late & looks partly eaten on New Year's Eve – Singapore News

“At the end, we threw the six pieces chicken away.” — Customer

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Singapore — A customer who ordered fried chicken for their New Year’s Eve feast was shocked to discover that the meal looked like it was partly eaten.

The disappointed customer took to the community page Complaint Singapore to share their experience.

“A very suay New Year’s Eve,” wrote the customer, explaining they had ordered a bundle of a six- and eight-piece set from Max’s All About Chicken on Dec 31.

The delivery time was supposed to be around 5:30 pm, but their order arrived past 9 pm.

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“The horrible thing is that the six pieces Max’s fried chicken I ordered seemed as if they had been eaten,” the customer noted.

“They were very dry; pieces were falling apart. The chicken looked very unappetising.”

Despite contacting the seller, the customer highlighted that the company appeared unapologetic. “At the end, we threw the six pieces chicken away.”

In a Mothership report on Sunday (Jan 2), Max’s All About Chicken commented on the incident, noting a refund and re-delivery had been made.

/TISG

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