In a world where we are only wishing and hoping for things to happen with us, this genius man already lived through the golden days until his time was up.
We all have wished for non-stop supply of free food, especially KFC, where you don't have to worry about anything and just have to devour whatever is there in front of you. We also wished that we owned a place so big, where we treated as an eminent person because these are all fancy. In a world where we are only wishing and hoping for things to happen with us, this genius man already lived through the golden days until his time was up.
The 27-year-old made his way through for the entire year by eating free at KFC. Wondering how? He allegedly scammed his status, profile, and profession just to eat free food at KFC. The South African man played it cleverly by telling the food chain's employees that he has been sent from the KFC headquarters to keep a track and quality check their chicken and hygiene.
He is a student of the University of KwaZulu-Natal and has gone viral for pulling off a scam for entire one year, without being caught. He used to walk into the restaurant with confidence and tell the staff that he is there to check the quality of the food served. It was also reported that he carried an ID card from 'head office' and would dress properly and even used to arrive in a limousine.
According to Xpouzar, the man's friend was a part-time limo driver and was good at faking things like a man with status. A member of staff from KFC told Xpouzar: "When he arrived we would all try to act our best so that we didn't piss off the man from head office - he was so convincing because he was so confident, and even colleagues from other branches of KFC know him."
He should get HONOURED for this, not arrested. At least make him a Colonel. 💁🏻♀️🤦🏻♀️ https://t.co/DI6vsUC5U9— Lucy Horobin (@LucyHorobin) May 14, 2019
The staff continued, "When he came in, he rushed to the kitchen and checked everything, taking notes and then asked for samples of whatever he wanted. He probably worked for KFC before because he knows everything." The story was shared on Twitter by a Kenyan journalist from an account called 'The African Voice'. The post has garnered more than 22,000 likes and over 10,000 retweets with people calling KFC scammer a 'hero'. However, he finally got arrested putting his entire scam into rest.