Buffalo Wild Wings admits boneless wings are not wings after lawsuit: 'It's true'

Chicago man filed a lawsuit against the chicken wing chain last week for false advertising, saying the boneless wings are overpriced since they are basically chicken nuggets.

Aimen Halim alleges in the lawsuit against Buffalo Wild Wings and franchiser Inspire Brands, Inc. that the boneless wings are just "slices of chicken breast meat deep-fried like wings," and that customers would either pay less for the boneless wings or not purchase them at all if they knew what the product was made of.

"This clear-cut case of false advertising should not be permitted, as consumers should be able to rely on the plain meaning of a product’s name and receive what they are promised," the lawsuit stated, according to FOX Television Stations.