KFC has admitted while the chicken may have crossed the road, it hasn't made it into many of its United Kingdom restaurants.
The statement further read: "We won't compromise on quality, so several of our restaurants in the United Kingdom are either closed, have a reduced menu, or shortened hours over the weekend".
KFC used to get chicken delivered through a South African-distribution group called Bidvest.
Delivery giant DHL, who recently took over the deliveries, has blamed "operational issues" for the disruption.
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"We are doing our utmost to rectify the situation as soon as possible and apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused".
That's because branches from Devon to Berkshire, Suffolk, Newcastle, Surrey and Suffolk, all failed to do one thing - serve chicken.
However, a spokesman for KFC at the Yarm Road Retail in Darlington said that while the other store in town in North Road was closed, they remained open.
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A third added: "KFC in both Cheshire Oakes and Chester Greyhound Park are closed because. they're out of chicken".
The Colonel was forced to concede over the weekend he was having trouble getting chicken deliveries to Britain's network of 900 outlets, forcing some of them to temporarily close.
It's not the first time that a chain has been in hot water over deliveries.
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