A man in horse-drawn carriage was kicked out of KFC drive-through. He then went to a McDonalds and was served a Big Mac without anyone questioning his method of transport.

Man in horse-drawn carriage kicked out of KFC drive-thru

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Technically, a horse-drawn carriage is being driven, so it shouldn’t be out of place in a drive-thru.

A traveler in England says he was denied service at a KFC drive-thru because of the vehicle he was using. Apparently, horse-drawn carriages aren’t allowed to order from the window.

Ian Bell says a manager of the KFC came outside after Bell pulled into the drive-thru with his horse-drawn carriage, Southwest News Service (SWNS) reports. According to him, he was told he had to leave due to health and safety concerns for the other customers.

Bell told SWNS, “I had lined up behind … Continue Reading (2 minute read)

5 thoughts on “A man in horse-drawn carriage was kicked out of KFC drive-through. He then went to a McDonalds and was served a Big Mac without anyone questioning his method of transport.”

  1. posessedhouse

    It’s McDonald’s, it wasn’t even the craziest thing they saw that hour.

  2. idiotdetector70

    I walked thru a busy McDonald’s drive thru in 1987. Can’t do that anymore.

  3. canada_is_best_

    In a city that houses plenty of old order mennonites and amish, this is not a rare thing. All decent parking lots have horse shelters.

    I live in one of the tech capital’s of Canada.

  4. Fosferus

    When I lived in Oklahoma I’d see horses tied up outside a Braum’s while the rider grabbed lunch.

  5. Playapan

    And thats why there are more McDonalds in the world

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