There’s been a few occasions where my bucket didn’t have the correct number of pieces. And there’s also been plenty of times where I had the right number but went and asked for more. All you have to do is tell the person serving at the checkout.
But only in America, a woman decided to sue KFC for “false advertising”. Of course, the chicken chain served up the correct number of pieces. However, they appeared slightly different to how the woman was expecting.
Anna Wurtzburger, from New York, claimed to have brought a bucket for $20. But when she returned home with it, the appearance of the chicken was slightly different to what was advertised. As a result, she is seeking £16,352,562 ($20 million) in damages.
To be fair to KFC, I don’t expect my meal to look EXACTLY as it does in the photograph. If a bit of lettuce was slightly out of place, it wouldn’t bother be as long as it tasted good.
“I came home and said, “Where’s the chicken?” I thought I was going to have a couple of meals.
You get half a bucket! That’s false advertising, and it doesn’t feed the whole family. They’re small pieces!”
Despite being on benefits from the state of New York, she somehow managed to get a lawyer and file a lawsuit.
Is anyone else hungry?