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Frustrated KFC fans have ruffled the feathers of police by calling them to complain about the chicken crisis that has seen hundreds of shops closed.
Police in east London warned hungry Londoners there's nothing they can do about the lack of KFC meals.
Please do not contact us about the #KFCCrisis - it is not a police matter if your favourite eatery is not serving the menu that you desire.
Police were not able to say just how many calls they had received about #KFC, but a Scotland Yard spokesman said:
We would like to remind callers not to misuse the service.
The crisis that has seen hundreds of KFC branches close around the country has been blamed on delivery firm DHL, who missed several deliveries.
KFC has warned that open branches may be operating a limited menu and shorter hours.
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