Finger lickin' dumb

Employees at a Kentucky Fried Chicken outlet in Manchester, NH, didn't suspect a thing when a person on the telephone told them he was calling from company headquarters about a test of the restaurant's fire suppression system.

The three employees dutifully set off the fire system, which sprayed chemical powder all over them. When they told the caller they now suffered eye and skin irritation, the caller told them they should remove their clothes. The employees still didn't suspect a hoax.

But the employees got suspicious when the caller then told them to urinate on each other. They called the cops instead. Police arrived to find the disrobed employees standing outdoors. The employees had to be decontaminated at a hospital.

Full story here.

1 comment:

Ivan Toblog said...

couldn't they have just bathed in the kitchen sink?