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Friday, February 25, 2011

KFC accidentally gives bag of money to drive-through customer


From Joe Lambe: A man drove through an Overland Park KFC and paid for his bag of food but drove away with something else entirely.

When the 21-year-old man got home Sunday, all he had to eat was a bank deposit bag full of cash.

He called police. As the man and an officer were heading back to the restaurant, a dispatcher reported that an employee had mistakenly given the bank deposit to a customer.

The money was all there, and the man finally got his food.

The customer showed honesty, police said — and modesty. He has declined to talk about it.


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