KFC: The Fire Down Below

Published by PETA.
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Ladies—if KFC’s cruelty to chickens hasn’t convinced you to (as the company suggests) “UnThink the Wing,” this wing-induced woe for women might wipe away any cravings for the Colonel’s unhealthy offerings.

ScienceDaily.com reports that researchers have found a link between the consumption of E. coli-contaminated chicken flesh, which is available in abundance at supermarkets and restaurants such as KFC, and urinary tract infections (UTI).

For anyone who has ever suffered from an awful UTI, KFC’s Web site currently features a chilling reminder of the burning pain (be sure to turn up your computer’s volume before visiting the site): Flames light up the screen while a woman sings screeches, “Fire … Fire … Fire.”

Could it be that a woman who has to go feels that way because she already went to KFC?

Written by Karin Bennett

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