Free food is awesome and we all would resonate with this feeling. Whether it's a friend's party or a free sweet dish at food outlets, we don't like to miss out on lip-smacking delicacies, especially when we don't have to spend a single penny from our pocket. A duo took things a notch higher when they posed as officers from the “Centre of Disease and Prevention” to get free chicken at KFC. In a video uploaded on Instagram, two men walking can be seen into a KFC outlet while dressed in hazmat suits. “Don't worry…. No worries,” they are heard saying while walking up to the counter.
Introducing themselves as officers from “Centre of Disease and Prevention”, the pranksters say, “there has been an outbreak as you might know in Europe with chicken. So, this is just precautionary… do you have one small chicken bite then we can bring it to the lab.” The alarmed manager of the KFC outlet then asks, “Ok like. It doesn't matter how much?” Replying to him, one of the two guys say that “the more the chicken the better the test.”
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Following this, the manager hands over a box of KFC chicken wings to the duo and requests them to wait for “just two minutes” so that he could give them “one piece of the original recipe.” As the manager steps inside to bring a fresh batch of chicken, one of the men appreciates his partner saying, “You do a great job for an intern. You are a good wingman.”
Moments later, the KFC outlet manager walks out with another box of chicken wings and hands it over. While placing the boxes in bags, the “officers” say, “So, you'll get the result in six months. Just check your email.” Towards the end of the clip, the two men are seen walking out with the sealed packets containing the food and relishing the chicken wings later.
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The video has gone viral on the Internet, amassing over 7.9 million views and looks like Instagram users have already given the result of this lab testing. One of them wrote, “Result: yummy yummy yummy”. Another said, “Result: it's delicious.” However, not all were impressed with the prank.
“Not funny, you can damage the restaurant by making people afraid to come there. Plus, it's a crime to impersonate an agent,” a user reacted. “This seems illegal… impersonation,” read another comment on the post.
What did you think of this devilish idea of getting KFC for free? Tell us in the comments.