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Woman calls Waukesha police after getting wrong order at KFC

The signage outside a closed KFC fast food store is seen in south London on February 19, 2018. US fast food chain KFC said on February 19 it had been forced to close many restaurants in Britain because of a new supplier failing to deliver chicken in time, generating some tongue-in-cheek outrage on Twitter. / AFP PHOTO / BEN STANSALL

WAUKESHA — A woman called the Waukesha police after her experience at an area KFC didn’t meet her expectations, Saturday.

According to Waukesha police, the woman called to complain about the restaurant located near Sunset and Grand around 8:15 p.m. Dec. 14. She told authorities that her sandwich was made wrong and the drive-thru worker gave her attitude.

The staff tried to make her another sandwich. However, the woman did not feel comfortable eating and wanted her money back, according to police.

Waukesha police advised both parties that the matter was a civil issue.

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