A chicken restaurant was attacked by a star rating for refusing to divide the order into three flavors while ordering one chicken, and the chicken restaurant owner also disclosed customer requirements.

This is a review of a chicken restaurant delivery app posted on an online community.

There is one star left, and the chicken restaurant president expressed his injustice by revealing what kind of request the customer made in a comment.

This customer said that he initially ordered one chicken and then ordered it to be available in three flavors.

When I canceled the order, I called and asked the reason, and he explained that 'in the manual of the headquarters, there is no case of making three menus by dividing one animal, and it is impossible for hygiene reasons to ask for the sauce to be in the container you brought.'

As a result, the customer re-ordered the half and half chicken menu and requested a separate sauce for the container.

The president provided the food after re-informing that the sauce was not separately packaged, and the customer later left a one-star rating on the delivery app.

It is said that obstruction of business may be established if damage is caused to business, such as placing unreasonable orders and terrorizing star ratings.

(photo source: online community)