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Fast food customer calls out staff for offensive note he was given ‘by accident’

A man discovered his clothing was harshly judged by staff at Chic-Fil-A after he was handed an order ticket containing the insult by mistake – and he said he’s ‘not mad but I am sad’

A fast food customer has called out its staff on social media after he spotted the offensive message used to identify him on the ticket for his order.

Having gone to chicken chain Chic-Fil-A with his girlfriend, the man saw that he had been given the piece of paper containing his order which labelled him simply as ‘ugly sweater’.

Twitter user @Zin_Zaddy posted a picture of the note with his order of 30 chicken nuggets and a large fries, alongside a snap of himself wearing the offending colourful patterned knitwear as he swears at the camera.

He captioned the images: “It was NOT MY PLEASURE TO EAT CHIC FIL A TODAY.”

 

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