Man arrested for cheating KFC and eating free meals for one year

Man arrested for cheating KFC and eating free meals for one year

A 27-year-old South African student was arrested after his finger nickin' good plan to get free KFC for an entire year backfired.

According to reports, the young man always walks into the restaurant convincing the workers that he was a representative from the KFC headquarters to confirm the quality of the meals they serve.

According to India Today, the man told employees that he was sent from headquarters to do a taste test and ensure that the food was up to the highest standards.

The suited chicken connoisseur was said to brandish an ID card with the words "head office" and pretended to be quality-testing the meals, while bagging a free dinner, Daily Active Kenya reported. Credit where credit's due, that's dedication.

The incident came to light after the news was shared by Kenyan journalist, Teddy Eugene on his Twitter account.

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"When he comes in he rushes to the kitchen and checks everything taking notes and then asks for samples of whatever he wants", said one of the employees. Till now, the post has gathered more than 48,000 "likes" and 21,000 retweets.

One person commented: "They should give that man that job already".

The Elleventeenth member of Wu-Tang also had this to say; "Not all heroes wear capes".

Lee Kirichu stated; "He is a legend and is now very experienced taster". However, instead of going to an outlet and buying KFC, he employed an "ingenious" way.

An nearly flawless plan. until he inevitably got caught.

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