There are plenty of people out there that have a favorite fast food restaurant they may even frequent every day. But, it’s probably safe to say that they don’t want to advertise for the restaurant on their front lawn.
Aleena Headrick lives in Waynesboro, Georgia, where Kentucky Fried Chicken is likely a popular restaurant. But, when she was passing her home in her car one days she spotted a 7-foot “Kentucky Fried Chicken” bucket in her front yard, according to a report from local NBC affiliate WAGT channel 26.
Headrick jumped on the horn and called her teenage children and told them to come outside and tell her what they see and indeed it was not a mirage. They were all seeing a chicken bucket!
The mystery was solved when she spoke with her landlord, Freddie Taylor–who is an antique collector–and he told her that he didn’t have anyplace to put his antique bucket. He believes it’s at least 40 years old.
She isn’t mad about the bucket and said that she can use it as a marker for people trying to find her home. Go figure!
Watch the report.