Man Arrested After Eating Free KFC For A Year Claiming He’s From Head Office
A man arrested after KFC’s free food for a year, claiming his seat
We all have a friend who has gone around again, saying that an item has been “missed” in his order, even if he is right in front of him. You just have to apologize politely before finding a replacement for his “missing” item (and sometimes an extra portion of chips to soften the punch).
But what a 27-year-old guy did is rather impressive, except that he missed the target because he is now arrested and will appear in court after allegedly eating at KFC for a full year.
The South African reportedly told staff members in the fast food chain that he had been sent by KFC headquarters to quality control to ensure that the chicken was up to standard.
According to India Today, the student from KwaZulu-Natal University arrived with confidence and told the staff that he was there to check the quality of the food served at the restaurant.
It has also been reported that the unnamed man carried a passport from the siege and dressed very well, even if he arrived in a limo. Credit when the credit is due is dedication.
Well, according to Xpouzar, the man’s boyfriend is a part-time limousine driver and seems to be a very good alleged accomplice who claims to be a status man.
A KFC employee told Xpouzar, “When he arrived, we all tried to do our best not to bother the chief, he was so convincing because he was so confident, and even the other staff members from KFC. ” The branches know him.
“When he came in, he hurried to the kitchen to check everything out, make notes, then ask for samples of everything he wanted, he was probably working for KFC before because he knows everything.”
The story was shared on Twitter by a Kenyan journalist who tweeted on an account called The African Voice.
The post currently has 22,000 “likes” and 10,000 retweets with people calling KFC’s scam “heroes”.
One person commented, “You should already give the job to this man.” Another added, “Not all heroes wear capes.”
A third person wrote: “This is a legend and now a very experienced taster – KFC should hire him.”
An almost perfect plan … until it is inevitably taken. Bad luck, buddy.