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Woman Calls Cops on KFC for a Customer Service Complaint

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KFC Gets Cops Called On It Over Wrong Sandwich Order, Bad Attitude

WISCONSIN (TMZ) — Popeyes isn’t the only chicken joint with problems … the Colonel had a bit of a situation on his hands in Wisconsin this weekend when a woman called cops from the drive-thru.

A woman in Waukesha dialed for police Saturday after her sandwich was made wrong and the staff allegedly gave her attitude. According to reports, the lady told police the KFC crew tried making her another one, but that she didn’t feel comfortable and wanted her money back.

Sure enough, officers responded to the fast-food chain and found the pissed off customer plopped in the drive-thru line. Apparently, they told both her and the KFC team to work it out among themselves … as their beef clearly wasn’t an emergency and just civil.

The fact cops showed up at all has gotta mean the situation was tense, ’cause there’s no way an officer of the law would get sent out for something like this. Or so we thought.

Of course, this comes weeks after the renewed frenzy at Popeyes restaurants across the country, with wacky customers desperately trying to get their hands on their famed chicken sandwiches. Some of those incidents ended in beatings, and in one case … death.

So, what came first … the chicken or the madness?

Tune in to TMZ on TV weekdays Monday through Friday (check syndicated/local listings)

TMZ refers to to a studio-established “thirty mile zone” to monitor rules for filming in Hollywood. The center of the zone was the offices of The Association of Motion Pictures and Television Producers, formerly at Beverly and La Cienega Boulevard. Tune in to TMZ on TV weekdays Monday through Friday (check https://www.tmz.com/shows/ for syndicated/local listings at the bottom of the page)

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VIDEO: Guitarist Jumps Onto Counter at Studio City Ralphs, Rocks Out for Confused Customers

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Photo from video by Lisa Marie Costabile (Facebook)

STUDIO CITY, LOS ANGELES (KABC) — Some musical mayhem unfolded Saturday night at a Studio City Ralphs, where a shirtless man jumped onto a checkout counter and started jamming.

Cell phone video captured the man – who was wearing a red bandana, glasses and camouflage pants – as he knelt on top of the counter while music blasted throughout the store, located at 10901 Ventura Blvd.

Confused customers were seen staring and laughing as the man fought the power with his electric guitar while a store employee attempted to stop him.

Security guards eventually pulled the plug on the mini rock concert. Facebook video of the performance after the music was cut showed the man asking the crowd, “Are you not entertained?” – a nod to the […]

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Don’t Laugh: BYOB ‘Tickle Party’ at Sanctuary Studios – Feb 19

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LOS ANGELES –If the cellophane-wrapped commercial aspect of Valentine’s Day is getting under your skin, perhaps something a bit more titillating is up your weird little alley (no judgement from us here at WHD). Hollywood Laughter Ent. offers a monthly Tickle Party at the Sanctuary Studios in Lennox – and yeah, they have couples pricing!

You may have heard of “tickle parties” before, perhaps in the context of a military controversy, or maybe you’ve seen a documentary about “tickle videos”- heck- maybe you’re a tickle flick aficionado. Here’s a chance to see for yourself what the world of tickle kink is all about.

In between the laughing tickle sessions, attendees can grab their favorite cocktail at the communal BYOB bar. No alcohol will be sold but snacks are available.

For $20 per ten minutes, guests can laugh out loud with models. Mini sessions go for $5.

Sanctuary Studios
10914 South La Cienega Boulevard
Lennox, CA 90304

Entry to the event is $60 at the door, or you can order now and save.

Free parking in the small lot on the side of the building, otherwise street parking.

For tickets, visit Eventbrite.

The event is sponsored by Hollywood Laughter Ent. (IG & Twitter). If you have a FetLife.com account, you can learn more about the event thru: FetLife.com/events/855774

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Texas Strip Club Says Dancer’s Scary Fall Ain’t Their Problem

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TEXAS (TMZ) — The Texas strip club where a dancer came crashing down from a 15-foot pole is taking no responsibility for the incident … because the CEO says they didn’t tell her to make the climb.

As you know … exotic dancer Genea Sky went viral after seriously injuring herself over the weekend when she fell from a two-story pole on the main stage of XTC Cabaret in Dallas.


But, the club is calling it an accident, and there are no plans to remove stripper poles as a result … Eric Langan — CEO of RCI Hospitality Holdings Inc., which owns the club — tells TMZ.

As we reported … Genea says she fractured her jaw, sprained her ankle and cracked some teeth in the fall, and she underwent surgery for her injuries.

Langan tells us the club is looking into helping Genea financially. One thing’s for sure … she’s not a full-time employee so she can’t get worker’s comp. It’s unclear if she has health insurance. Langan says she should worry about her health first and money second.  Really???

Anyway, the club’s position — entertainers choose their own routine, and as a company, they exercise no control over a dancer’s art form, so if they fall — it’s on them.

So, pole dance at your own risk.

Tune in to TMZ on TV weekdays Monday through Friday (check syndicated/local listings)

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