Skip to comments.Police: Hoax Led Workers To Spray Extinguisher, Disrobe
Posted on 02/27/2009 6:03:00 AM PST by jroneil
MANCHESTER, N.H. -- A Hazmat call to a Manchester Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant was determined to have been sparked by a hoax call, police said.
Firefighters were called to the restaurant on Hooksett Road because employees reported eye and skin irritation from a fire extinguisher. When emergency crews arrived, they found three employees disrobed outside of the building.
This is racist.
I thought they were called KFC now.
After all, they're not idiots.
This is funny.
It's all the rage in San Francisco!
A practical joke on the Beavis-and-Butthead scale of sophistication. It’s a wonder anybody fell for it.
We need to get to provide money in a Stimulus Bill for those whose clothing has been stained as a result of fire suppression chemicals ... especially for those who have been taken advantage of by others.
They should be renamed to .. Popeye's Chicken and Ptomaine Poisoning
(Whadda ya mean 'cooked' chicken ain't supposed to be Pinkish-Red?).
These 3 people are the explanation to how America could end up with an Idiot like Obama as President. We have way to many idiot citizens....
Was it Ann Coulter, commenting on Abu Ghraib/Guantanamo “torture” who said that if you can pay to have it done to yourself on the streets of San Francisco, it might not really be torture?
Yep, they tend to go by their initials “KFC” nowadays because fried food is verboten to the food police.
Do they think they are fooling anybody by calling themselves KFC instead of Kentucky Fried Chicken? It’s the same fried food.
The same thing has happened with cereal too. Remember Sugar Frosted Flakes, Sugar Crisp, and Sugar Pops? Today those cereals are called Frosted Flakes, Golden Crisp, and Pops. They omitted the prefix “sugar” because the word sugar offends the food police, but if you read the label, there is still a lot of sugar in those cereals.
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