Cape Town mum puts fast food chain on the Twitter griller

Cape Town mum puts fast food chain on the Twitter griller

- A mother was not impressed by the burgers she bought her children

- She took to Twitter to announce her disdain for the chain's prodcut

- The chain replied with a standard response asking her to direct message them with a contact phone number

All parents just want what is best for their children. One Cape Town mum however, was so dismayed at the meat in the patty of burgers she bought for her children over the holidays, she took to social media to complain, with pictures!

Nikki Smal (Twitter handle) was "horrified" by the meat patty, so she tweeted that"hell would have to freeze over" before she would give it to her child to eat.

She shared the image at lunchtime on Christmas Eve, but Briefly.co.za read of her situation on the morning of New Year's Day, 2018 when a local news channel wrote about her complaint and the attention it received.

In response to her tweet which included a picture of the patty she was complaining about, looking rather grey and stale, other twitter users replied, sharing similar pictures and claiming the fast food brand had been serving up such quality patties in their burgers for some time.

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Others claimed that the burger patties the chain serves are "not real meat".

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Meanwhile the food chain's South African Twitter feed is filled with stories similar to hers and their social media management involves the company replying with a pretty standard response asking for contact details via direct message (DM).

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