It’s been a huge bone of contention in the United States over the last couple of years that fast-food workers should all be making at least 15.00 an hour.
Regardless of where you fall on this argument, workers at a particular KFC in Memphis, Tennessee deserve a raise, or at very least a free “family bucket” each.
What happened? Per Outkick:
KFC workers at a Memphis store should be hailed as heroes after the service they performed Saturday when a woman passed workers a note “begging for help,” according to the Memphis Police Department.
Nice work! Considering the nonsense fast-food workers have to endure on a regular basis, either from unruly customers, teens trying to pull the next big viral prank, or crappy bosses, it’s refreshing to see these folks spring into action and potentially save a life!
“The female that wrote the note was still on the business lot accompanied by a male. As officers approached the couple, the man ran on foot. After a brief foot chase, he was apprehended and identified as Diego Glay,” Memphis police said in a statement.
Still on the lot? I understand wanting to make sure you got napkins, and your chicken is Original Recipe, but if you are doing a kidnapping, probably best to worry about napkins and straws later. Read more
(Memphis, TN): On May 15th, a woman entered the KFC with a man, slipped a note to an unidentified employee begging for help. The employee immediately called the cops who arrived on the scene and successfully chased down the kidnapper. pic.twitter.com/mRjcuUDros— GoodNewsCorrespondent (@GoodNewsCorres1) May 19, 2022