The woman who found a finger in her Wendy's chili was arrested thursday and charged with attempted larceny involving the finger incident. It is still unknown where she got the finger from, but her failed attempt at a fraudulent lawsuit cost Wendy's $2.5 million in the Bay area alone due to lost sales.
Fake story ending:
Adding to the costs, Kentucky Fried Chicken has filed a lawsuit alleging that Wendy's "Finger in the Chili" news stories were really part of a viral ad campaign attempting to violate KFC's "Finger Lickin' Good" trademark without fear of legal repercussion.
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It is assumed the woman wasn't acting alone, she probably had several accomplices. Neither Ronald McDonald, Carl Jr, Col. Sanders, the Burger King, nor the Dairy Queen could be reached for comment.
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