A Belgian fast-food restaurant chain has apologized after a customer found a deep-fried chicken's head in his order of chicken wings last week.
A spokesperson from Quick, one of Europe's most popular restaurant chains, wrote an apology on the company's Facebook page addressing the incident on Saturday.
"[Quick and its chicken supplier] are sincerely sorry about the mishap," an English translation of the post reads. The company vows it is investigating the incident.
On April 18, a customer at one of Quick's locations in France posted a video online after he found a chicken's head in his order of wings. The video has racked up over 142,000 views since being posted to YouTube on April 22.
See Quick's full apology below.
Clint Davis is a reporter for the Scripps National Desk. Follow him on Twitter @MrClintDavis.