When the woman’s daughter bit into one of the wings, she got choked up by a mouthful of feathers.
After the woman went to the restaurant raised a fuss, the shop offered to pay her 10 times the price of the chicken wings plus an additional 300 yuan ($45) in cash or coupons, according to a report.
However, the woman refused the offer, instead reporting the case to the local food and drug administration. Meanwhile, McDonald’s has apologized publicly on Weibo, announcing that they are looking into the matter.
Some Chinese netizens have expressed skepticism over the finding while others have voiced their amazement that it appears to indicate that McDonald’s chicken wings are actually made of real chicken.