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McDonald’s customers fuming over national shortage of Chicken Selects


‘They may take our lives, but NOT our Selects!’ Customers are left fuming after McDonald’s is hit by national CHICKEN shortage

  • McDonald’s enthusiasts are fuming over a national shortage of Chicken Selects
  • Signs confirming shortage have appeared in restaurants all across the country
  • McDonald’s has admitted there is a ‘temporary shortage’ and apologised 
  • Crisis has sparked comparisons to the great KFC chicken shortage of 2018 










McDonald’s enthusiasts are fuming over a national shortage of Chicken Selects as the fast-food chain admits running out of the popular item.

Customers desperate to bag themselves Chicken Selects this week have been left disappointed after finding the meal is unavailable. 

Signs confirming the shortage have appeared in restaurants all across the country, from parts of Wales to Manchester and Lincoln. 

Customers have also reported that the Big Flavour Chicken Wrap and the Chicken Deluxe Burger have been unavailable to order. 

The crisis has sparked comparisons to the great KFC chicken shortage of 2018, which forced the chain to temporarily close hundreds of restaurants. 

A McDonald’s spokesman has admitted there is a ‘temporary shortage’ and apologised to its customers. However, the extent of the crisis remains unknown, and it is not known how the shortage came about. 

MailOnline has contacted the fast-food chain for further information. 

McDonald's enthusiasts are fuming over a national shortage of Chicken Selects as the fast-food chain admits running out of the popular item

McDonald’s enthusiasts are fuming over a national shortage of Chicken Selects as the fast-food chain admits running out of the popular item

Furious customers posted images on social media of signs on the windows of their local restaurants confirming the national shortage

Furious customers posted images on social media of signs on the windows of their local restaurants confirming the national shortage

Furious customers posted images on social media of signs on the windows of their local restaurants confirming the national shortage. 

One sign read: ‘Chicken Selects and Big Flavour Wraps are currently unavailable due to a nationwide shortage. We apologise for any inconvenience.’

Another said: ‘No selects due to national shortage. Sorry for the inconvenience.’

One frustrated customer wrote: ‘McDonalds having no chicken selects is the only real National crisis going on currently.’

Another social media user said:’I miss chicken selects so much.’

The shortage also inspired a series of memes, with one Twitter user sharing a GIF of a crying Ronald McDonald captioned ‘my heart is mcbreaking’. 

The shortage also inspired a series of memes, with one Twitter user sharing a GIF of a crying Ronald McDonald captioned 'my heart is mcbreaking'

The shortage also inspired a series of memes, with one Twitter user sharing a GIF of a crying Ronald McDonald captioned ‘my heart is mcbreaking’

They wrote: ‘Voicenoting my friend to share the catastrophic news that McDonalds has a nationwide shortage of chicken selects’.  

Another post showed actor Rebel Wilson saying ‘f**k off’ under the tweet: ‘McDonald’s have got a shortage of chicken selects in the UK. Well done Brexit. Took back control didn’t we. Showed them Europeans.’ 

One McDonald’s enthusiast thundered on Twitter: ‘This is a national outrage! they may take our lives but not our chicken selects’. 

They posted an image of a sign in a restaurant window which said: ‘Sorry for any inconvenience caused but we have a national shortage of chicken selects just now and we aren’t sure when they will return’.    

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