The British KFC shortage has produced the most over-dramatic moment in recent TV history
When chicken is life.
An earthquake hits the UK, creme eggs are really pronounced as crem, you can now take dogs to the cinema, where else is 2018 going to take us?
The year might be only in its early stages but the recent shortage of chicken in KFC has left some people suspecting fowl play.
Rather than just wing it and go to another outlet, those that are feeling peckish have had their feathers ruffled by this recent shortage so they've hatched a plan - go on national TV and give the pluck out.
Hell, even the police have been called over this.
The Met said in a statement: ‘Call centres currently receive more than 14,500 calls every weekday. "The Met is continuing its drive – including the use of its social media channels – to reduce improper use of the 999 and 101 numbers."
Please do not contact us about the #KFCCrisis - it is not a police matter if your favourite eatery is not serving the menu that you desire.
— Tower Hamlets Police (@MPSTowerHam) February 20, 2018
Anyways, one lady was so irate that she even asked for a free rice box after she made the journey to come down to KFC despite it closing its doors due to a shortage of chicken.
After being told that there's no chicken, she defiantly said on the ITV News that she "‘had to go to Burger King."
It's the tone of sheer disgust, horror and outrage that really sells it. That look could kill the Colonel.
Take a look.
Naturally, people find this incredibly OTT reaction hilarious.
I was watching the 10 o'clock news when I saw this and spat out my tea!!! Talk about First World problems! 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
— Roger Cumberbatch (@chelsearog1966) February 21, 2018
Av ad to goooh to burger king 😂
— Frankie (@FrankieGraulund) February 21, 2018
ABANDONED MESSI GOES MISSING, MODRIC IS JUST MAGNIFICENT...
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