KFC has won back fast food fans threatening to cross the road to other chicken shops — with a plucky apology.
The Colonel said sorry for the ongoing “KFC crisis” — which has seen more than 600 stores close due to chicken shortages — with a very cheeky ad in Friday’s print edition of the Sun.
The takeout giant took out a full-page ad showing an empty bargain bucket with the usual “KFC” logo replaced by “FCK.”
The ad reads: “We’re sorry.”
“A chicken restaurant without any chicken. It’s not ideal.”
It apologizes to customers who have traveled far to restaurants and been disappointed and thanks employees for “working tirelessly.”
Well done FCK! I mean KFC!
Source: New York Post