He Took A Crunchy Bite On His Fave Restaurant Chili; Spits Out A Rat’s Head With Curly Ears And Snaggletooth

He Took A Crunchy Bite On His Fave Restaurant Chili; Spits Out A Rat’s Head With Curly Ears And Snaggletooth

screengrab from WFTX/CNN

screengrab from WFTX/CNN

Florida – Billy Wilson has been a regular customer in a diner at a Golden Coral restaurant.

He said he kept coming back because of the restaurant’s healthy options and friendly employees. However, Wednesday night’s chili was his last dinner at the place.

According to Wilson, his first bite was crunchy. He thought it was just a bean inside the chili. To his surprise, the chili’s secret ingredient was a gray rat’s head with a snaggletooth and curly ears!

When I saw it, I just went into the bathroom and threw up. I was like ‘ugh.’ I just couldn’t get the taste out of my mouth.

His friends immediately called the attention of the store manager. He inspected the ‘rat head’ and was like “Wow that is a rat.” Wilson added, “So he took pictures of it, moved it around a little bit, took pictures in different angles. He was like me; he was horrified.”

Feeling nauseous and sick, Wilson went to the ER the next day and was treated for gastroenteritis.

When asked if he’s just making the story up, he said he would never do that, adding that the restaurant has cameras. What’s more is that he is afraid of rats.

Wilson already hired Atty. Ray Racila to help him with the legal actions he has to take.

“Normally you get cases like this, people take food somewhere else, opens it up and something happens. This happened right in the restaurant where there’s no question what happened. The manager is right there,” Atty Racila explains.

Meanwhile, Golden Coral has yet to confirm the incident. They however issued a statement that they are investigating the matter.

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Hi, I'm Sarj. An introverted/OCD person who does not talk unless spoken to. When I get stressed out and completely overwhelmed, I just lay down on the floor and pretend to be a carrot--whatever that means.

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