Wisconsin woman calls police to report wrong KFC chicken sandwich order

A Wisconsin woman who called police on Saturday didn't have an emergency or really need immediate help — she was angry about her chicken sandwich from KFC.

Authorities responded to a KFC restaurant in Waukesha around 8 p.m. on Saturday after an unidentified woman contacted them, claiming the fast-food eatery's drive-thru employee was "giving her attitude."

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A woman called police on Saturday night after a KFC restaurant in Waukesha, Wis., served her an incorrect order.

A woman called police on Saturday night after a KFC restaurant in Waukesha, Wis., served her an incorrect order. (iStock)

The ordeal began when the woman ordered a chicken sandwich, but received an incorrect order, the local Patch reported, citing police records. KFC staff offered to make her another sandwich, but she apparently refused to eat it.

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The woman called police while situated in the drive-thru. Once they arrived, she told them she got a new sandwich but "did not feel comfortable eating it, and wanted her money back."

Officers reportedly told both the woman and restaurant staff this wasn't a police issue.

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As noted by Patch, police similarly responded to the same KFC location in Wisconsin last month when the restaurant's chicken fryer broke — upsetting a customer who had been waiting over 40 minutes for food.