The employee made the following post on 'Spotted Cardiff', a Facebook page for people in and around Cardiff, Wales to anonymously ‘have a rant’ or ‘share ... thoughts, feelings and pictures’.

Later that day, a KFC spokesperson said that the poster was indeed a KFC employee but that the employee has confirmed that the post is untrue and that it was a spur of the moment social media prank after the altercation at the drive-thru.

The worker got fired anyway, according to the statement, which went on to read, “We have the highest standards of food hygiene and do not tolerate even the suggestion of this kind of behavior, and therefore the employee was suspended as soon as the matter came to our attention.”

Courtesy: Mid-Day

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