Woman says she bit into dead rodent at Pennsylvania Chick-fil-A

Dead Rodent Baked Into Bucks County Woman's Chick-fil-A Bun, Lawsuit Alleges

One Chick-fil-A customer was in for the surprise of her life when she bit into a chicken sandwich and allegedly found a dead rodent.

Manfalouti told Philly.com when she bit down on her chicken sandwich she noticed something odd was on the bottom of her bun, but thought the bread had just been burnt.

Also last year, a 25-year-old autistic man sued an Illinois Chick-fil-A, and it's parent company, Chick-fil-A Inc., claiming he was denied employment due to his disability.

She turned it over, and told her coworker that it seemed the restaurant had burned her roll. "I could see the whiskers and the tail".

The woman's lawyer, Bill Davis, said laboratory testing later confirmed the sandwich bun consisted of a small mouse or rat that appeared fried.

She reportedly received an IV for nausea at the local ER, and eventually started seeing a therapist for her "anxiety and nightmares".

After going outside to get some air, she says she came back to take photos of the object, and then called the franchise's owner - who, she claims, said, "Oh no, this can't be good".

Manfalouti's lawsuit seeks more than $50,000 for what it says are physical and psychological injuries Manfalouti has endured since the experience in November 2016.

Owner of the popular franchise, Dave Heffernan, declined to comment on the matter.

In the suit, he contends that Heffernan and the Langhorne store "failed to supervise employees who intentionally and/or knowingly served a sandwich to a customer with a dead rodent baked into the bun", CBS Philly reports. Chick-Fil-A is not commenting on the lawsuit or the incident, citing an ongoing investigation.

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