Man Eat Free KFC For A Year And Claim He Was From Head Office

Anyone who ever worked in fast-food at least once met with a customer trying to cheat them. But one man managed to cheat for a year.

Did you ever order something and claimed that a particular food was not inserted into the bag, although it actually is? The situation is that many employees have become accustomed, but one man has gone hand in hand with something completely original.

Due to his "foreground" he managed to eat for free in KFC for a year. In the end, he was caught, but now he will be sued for the fraud.

The man (whose name police didn't announced) told employees of that fast food that he was being sent from the KFC administration to check the quality of the chicken.

Thus, this man from the South African University of KwaZulu-Natal confidently walked in and told the staff that he was there for "checking the quality of the foods being served".

His original scam was without a flaw - he had a card on which "the main office" was written, he would dress up the suit and arrive in the limousine outside the restaurant.

Xpouzar reports that his friend is a
occasional limousine driver who would bring him to KFC's restaurants. 

"When he came in, he rushed to the kitchen and checked everything, taking notes and then asked for samples of whatever he wanted. He probably worked for KFC before because he knows everything." 

The story was released by a Kenian journalist on Twitter, and the same became a viral hit.

The post currently has 65,000 likes and 29,000 retweets with people dubbing the KFC impostor a 'hero'.

One person commented: "They should give that man that job already." Another added: "Not all heroes wear capes.."

A third person wrote: "He is a legend and is now very experienced taster. KFC should employ him."

An almost flawless plan... until he inevitably got caught. Unlucky, mate. 


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