Chick-fil-A customer slams staff who allegedly wrote offensive insult on ticket order by 'accident'

Chick-fil-A customer slams staff who allegedly wrote offensive insult on ticket order by 'accident'

A Chick-fil-A customer has taken to social media to hit back at staff at a particular branch after he spotted an unflattering description used to identify him on the ticket for his order.

The man, who goes by the handle @Zin_Zaddy on Twitter, had gone to Chick-Fil-A with his girlfriend. It was after he had made his order that he noticed he had been given the piece of paper which branded him as 'ugly sweater'.

Not everyone in customer service believes the "customer is always right". In fact, one man claims a receipt from a beer garden told the cook to spit in a cheeseburger order:

@Zin_Zaddy decided to post a picture of the note with his order of 30 chicken nuggets and large fries, alongside a photo of himself wearing the colorful knitwear while holding up his middle finger to the camera.

"It was NOT MY PLEASURE TO EAT CHIC FIL A TODAY," he wrote alongside the images.

The tweet soon went viral and has since been flooded with replies, with a number of users complimenting the man on his so-called ugly sweater.

"Yo, where'd you get your sweater!? I need one!" wrote one person. "That sweater is really nice," agreed another. "But this sweater is actually so cute and I need it," wrote a third.

The offended sweater wearer later adds: "I'm not mad but I am sad and I will take reparations in free chicken sandwiches."

In another tweet, the man responded to some of the questions that kept cropping up in the thread:

"Imma answer some questions. 1. I had a drink already 2. I shared the nugs with my gf 3. I didn't ask them to say that 4. it's not a receipt, it's a takeout ticket they use to identify the customer, it was given to me by accident 5. StReAm mY MuSiC."

Chic-Fil-A is yet to respond.