You've probably heard by now that the family of the little girl that was allegedly kicked out of a KFC was busted for making the story up! A French boy was busted for faking a kidnapping!
3-Year-Old Kicked Out Of KFC? The Story's A Hoax, Says KFC
KFC says that a 3-year-old with facial injuries was never kicked out of one of its franchises.
"After the alleged incident was reported to us, two investigations took place, including one by an independent investigator. Neither revealed any evidence that the incident occurred, and we consider the investigation closed," KFC spokesman Rick Maynard said Tuesday evening, per Reuters. Nevertheless, the company says it still plans to donate $30,000 to the girl's recovery fund. After the family's version of the story went viral and donations poured in, KFC began reviewing the situation. Now, a source close to the investigation has come forward, claiming the incident never happened. The family, however, is sticking to its original story. Kelly Mullins says she was with her 3-year-old granddaughter, Victoria Wilcher, at a KFC in Jackson, Mississippi, on May 15 when an employee told the two to leave because the little girl's face was scaring customers. Wilcher had survived a pit bull attack in April; she had lost an eye and was still recovering from a broken nose, a broken upper and lower jaw and shattered cheekbones, according to the Facebook page her family uses to document her recovery.
Boy Makes Up Kidnapping Story Because He Skipped His Dentist Appointment
No one likes going to the dentist, but a 12-year-old French boy has to deal with a lot more than the possibility of a cavity after he got caught ditching his dentist appointment ... and blamed it on getting kidnapped. The boy concocted the abduction story after police found him wandering around the small village of St. Gervais when he was supposed to be at his appointment. He told the police that when he was on his way to the dentist a 30-something-year-old man, who was about 5-foot-6 and had a scar on his face, pulled up next to him and asked him for directions and then pulled him into the car and drove away. He then explained that the kidnapper had to make an unexpected stop and that's when he was able to get away. At first, the local police took the story very seriously, but a review of video footage made them question him further. After putting the pressure on, the kid fessed up that he made up the tale because he was petrified of getting his teeth cleaned. No word on what his punishment will be ... though it seems like going to his appointment may be punishment enough.
Slacker yells at Steve about how Oreo stole the idea from the Hydrox cookie! He said he found an article that explained the truth! Slacker says that Oreo can never recover from the candy corn cookie they made last Halloween! He says it would be a bad time to be a big guy with a scar on your face in St. Gervais!
Steve is in denial and still claims that Hydrox is the poor man’s cookie! He says that they use fake white frosting stuff that tastes horrible!
Have you ever been caught in a lie?