Woman Suing KFC For $20 For False Advertising 'Fill Up' Meal
Let me first start out by saying it seems this woman does not want anyone to mess with her bucket of KFC.
SO DON'T EVEN TRY.
TMZ reports this woman was really looking forward to the delicious bucket of chicken she saw advertised on TV.
I mean, I think we can all relate to that. KFC FTW.
Who doesn't love chowing down a greasy bucket of fried chicken (with a side of mac 'n' cheese, mashed potatoes and gravy … OH, AND BISCUITS, OBVI)? I mean you simply cannot just order fried chicken without an accompaniment of all the other delicious sides.
Straight up feasting like a #boss.
When it comes to KFC, I do NOT mess around either, so naturally, I can totally feel what this woman is going through.
If my scrumptious bucket of fried chicken did not live up to its expectations one bit, I'd be a little bummed out. Especially if I was low-key dreaming about it for weeks leading up to it … but ANYWAY.
According to her lawsuit, this New York woman apparently ended up with eight pieces of chicken in her “Family Fill Up” deal (which is what this Instagram post advertises it as).
She spoke with TMZ about what went down. She hit up KFC and dropped $20 on the meal. Her expectations, though, sadly did not live up to reality one bit. She figured she would end up with a bucket chock-full of chicken like she saw on TV — NOPE. Just the eight pieces.
The woman apparently reached out to KFC about this false advertising situation she was not pleased about, and a representative followed up by presenting a coupon.
Let's just say this lady was NOT HAPPY, AND SHE DOESN'T WANT A COUPON, OK?!
She is suing KFC for $20 million for this mishap. Oh SNAP. Super casual, right?
TMZ says the woman revealed this number may be a little bit on the higher side, but it's for a dang yummy cause.
Yeah, just a little bit high.