KFC Customer Commits Assault With a Deadly Cake

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A customer at a KFC got really creative when it came to improvised weaponry.

Seattle police say an unknown man walked into a KFC last week, threw a lemon cake at the employees, and left. Thankfully, he missed, sparing the employees potential serious injury or at least having to go get a new shirt, but the danger is all too real. We can laugh, but drive-by cakings are a serious issue. What's worse, and I swear I'm not making this quote up, the KFC employees complained that they "can no longer sell the cake."


It's unclear whether the man brought the cake in with him or picked it up there (it was also unclear to me until just now that KFC actually sold cakes). For me, I'm just desperately curious as to why the dude decided to throw a cake at a bunch of KFC employees. I mean, potentially I get it — I'm mad at the people responsible for the existence of KFC, too. If you're going to cake someone, though, at least have the stones to direct your attack at an appropriate place: charge into a Yum! Brands board meeting to start slinging confections. It seems only fair.

Image via Lucian Milasan/Shutterstock.

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They sell a weird chocolate chocolate chip mini bundt cake kind of deal. The one I had tasted like sadness incarnate. Unless they're doing trial runs of a lemon cake, the dude brought the cake in. And again, their cakes are not good. Like a vaguely frosted cellulose sponge. So, maybe it would be a good thing if KFC no longer attempted to sell the cake or any cake. (though that quote makes me suspect they had intentions of re-selling a cake a customer was displeased with.)