KFC has had no end of problems this week after a supply mishap left it unable to open stores across the country and has now faced critique for the way it has apologised.
The chain, which sells fried chicken in 900 UK outlets, had to close stores across the country this week, with a number of Lincolnshire venue being affected.
Lincolnshire restaurants have now re-opened, however some remain with a reduced menu.
As an apology for the fiasco, KFC today issued a full-page newspaper advert, featuring a shuffle of its branded letters to spell ‘FCK’
The advert said: “We’re sorry.
“A chicken restaurant without any chicken. It’s not ideal.
“Huge apologies to our customers, especially those who travelled out of their way to find we were closed.
“And endless thanks to our KFC team members and our franchise partners for working tirelessly to improve the situation.
“It’s been a hell of a week, but we’re making progress, and everyday more and more fresh chicken is being delivered to our restaurant.
“Thank you for bearing with us.”