It's a guilty pleasure many of us like to indulge in — eating fast food on the couch.
The couple claim they were "watching a movie while eating" and only turned on the lights when they had finished their meal to reveal the raw meat.
"It is not our fault for them [KFC staff] undercooking food that we paid for," she wrote.
After contacting their local store to complain, they claim the manager was "rude ... said nothing ... and hung up" when the customer explained their issue.
Yahoo reached out to KFC for comment and received no response.
Food safety expert reacts to KFC photo
Consuming undercooked chicken can expose an individual to dangerous bacteria such as salmonella and campylobacte, which causes bacterial gastroenteritis or 'gastro'.
"The image of the alleged KFC meal is very concerning because the chicken appears raw ... Undercooked chicken presents a serious health risk to consumers," Edward McCartney from Food Safety Plus told Yahoo News Australia.
"Consumers finding that poultry is undercooked, such as in the image, should immediately stop eating the food," he warned.
Unfortunately, once raw chicken is ingested there is no effective action an individual can take to minimise the health impact and they may be subjected to days of vomiting, diarrhoea and fever.
The responsibility is on the food business to ensure food is handled and cooked in line with Food Standards Australia New Zealand, Mr McCartney continued, with the KFC customer's experience mirroring that of an New Zealand woman who was served a raw chicken burger from MacDonald's earlier this month.
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