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KFC denies that a student tricked employees into giving him free chicken by pretending to be a fast-food executive
KFC South Africa has refuted reports that said a student was arrested after pretending to be an executive from the fast-food brand to get free chicken from restaurants around Durban, South Africa.On Tuesday, the Daily Mail reported that the now-viral story was fueled by media coverage that began with a "rumour."According to the original reports, a 27-year-old man entered KFC stores wearing "smart" clothing and carrying a clipboard, telling employees that he worked in the fast-food company's head office before testing food in the kitchen.
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KFC denies that a student tricked employees into giving him free chicken by pretending to be a fast-food executive
KFC South Africa has refuted reports that said a student was arrested after pretending to be an executive from the fast-food brand to get free chicken from restaurants around Durban, South Africa.On Tuesday, the Daily Mail reported that the now-viral story was fueled by media coverage that began with a "rumour."According to the original reports, a 27-year-old man entered KFC stores wearing "smart" clothing and carrying a clipboard, telling employees that he worked in the fast-food company's head office before testing food in the kitchen.
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