Not only has the United States exported its fast food chain, Kentucky Fried Chicken, to England, it seems to have exported its ranty customer histrionics as well.
A female customer at a KFC in Ashton-under-Lyme in Greater Manchester was caught on cell phone camera throwing napkins at an employee and shouting racist threats at her, according to Metro.
It’s unclear why the woman became upset but she can be seen pointing her finger at employees behind the counter, then throwing napkins at them. A young woman then grabs her and tries leading her out, but not before she says, “You f*cking little black b*tch, I’ll kill you.”
Watch the exchange, as posted by the Daily Mail to YouTube, here: (Note: this version has swear words bleeped out and bystanders’ faces blurred.)
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"You have people on both sides of that," he told reporters. "They admitted their guilt."
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"This picture of constant gyrations around the deliberations around Iran seems to be fulfilling the old expression, 'when America sneezes, the world catches a cold,'" Wallace noted.
"Nicolle, I’ve followed these foreign policy and national security policy issues for the better part of fifty years, you almost have to be at a loss for words for what's going on," McCaffrey replied.