We're not sure if the short film will be finger-lickin' good or not, but we'll find out on Dec. 13.
The Duke of Cambridge was photographed peering into the fast food chain and Twitter loved it.
The fried chicken chain said the phrase "doesn't quite fit in the current environment."
Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police Shane Patton called the breach of the stay-at-home order "ridiculous," adding, "that birthday party is costing them."
As the coronavirus crisis continues, the fast food chain has suspended a U.K. ad campaign that shows people licking their fingers.
The fast-food giant is testing out a plant-based alternative that it says tastes just like its original-recipe fried chicken.
The explosion happened mere hours after the fast-food restaurant closed.
The prank didn't quite satisfy the peckish House Democrat who raised a flap about the attorney general skipping the Judiciary Committee meeting.
A Senate Republican is upset that a House Democrat used fried chicken to mock Attorney William Barr for not showing up to a hearing.
The attorney general's empty seat at a House Judiciary Committee hearing was occupied by a chicken figurine.