the Fida Hussein from Small Heath in England is not at all happy after his last visit with fastfoodkæden McDonalds. Here he took: a bite of a McMuffin, which turned out to be full of pork.
According to the practising muslim, he had never tasted pork before the unfortunate bite, and he had spent all his life to live in accordance with his faith, which forbids to eat pig.
he tells This to the local media Birmingham Live, which he also shows pictures of its receipt and the unfortunate booking.
The 49-year-olds are now demanding an apology from Mcdonald's.
Every morning, goes the man namely, to the restaurant to have his breakfast, but 17. december it went so very wrong.
I trusted them. I watched 'Judge Judy' (the tv programme, red.) and bed down in my McMuffin and immediately I knew that something was wrong. I knew it was meat, I tasted. The taste was horrible, I spat it out immediately. It was so wrong. It is a very sensitive issue, but it could happen to anyone if they were vegan or on a different kind of diet, he says to the media.
He took it immediately back to the McDonalds and spoke with a female and male leader. They recommended him to complain online.
the Woman tried to say: 'we Can't keep it here between us, and fix it in the store', but of course I was not satisfied. I am a practising muslim with a long, nice beard, which I'm proud of, so they knew that I has kept me from pork whole life. Mcdonald's is a big chain. They should not commit mistakes like this.
According to Fida Hussein he got his correct order without meat and a response from Mcdonald's, which said that it was now resolved, as he had got the right order afterwards.
Birmingham Live has, however, contacted the chain, that tells that he still has to fix the amount of compensation, but Mcdonald's has given coupons for free food.
The Fida Hussein, however, is not satisfied with.
- I would like to have a proper apology and financial compensation. I'm crushed. I don't want to get there more. I'm so humiliated.
A spokesperson from Mcdonald's has apologized for the wrong order.
'We have many ways to ensure that we always give the correct ordering for our customers. We would like to apologise to the customer, it was never our view that this should happen. We recognise that it is unacceptable to serve meat when it has been ordered something vegetarian. As soon as we heard about it, apologized, we and offered new menu. We can understand that the customer is right now to speak with our customer service, where they try to find a solution', it sounded.