Police Arrest Suspect Chickens for ‘WREAKING HAVOC’ at McDonald’s

Police Arrest Suspect Chickens for ‘WREAKING HAVOC’ at McDonald’s

Photo from: Washington Township Police Department/Facebook

A pair of suspect chickens face police detainment after allegedly chasing customers at a McDonald’s parking lot in New Jersey. 

The Washington Township Police Department immediately dispatched their animal havoc specialist at Routh 31 South to prevent the ‘perpetrators’ from escaping the ‘coup,’ a Facebook post said. 

The two suspect chickens were allegedly “harassing” and “chasing” customers and pecking at car tires. While the motive is still unknown, authorities suspect the chickens were targeting customers with chicken nuggets and sandwiches in hand. 

Authorities surmise the behavior of chickens could have been their response to McDonald’s plan of offering three new chicken sandwich meal lineups in the future. 

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If so, this could have been the chickens’ way of protesting for their freedom. 

The animal havoc specialists initially released public message encouraging everyone to call them if they recognize the “fowl” suspects roaming in the streets. 

Photo from: Washington Township Police Department/Facebook

With assistance from the manager, authorities captured two ‘suspects’ and brought them to Common Sense for Animals for further probing. The chickens will spend seven days in custody before opening them for adoption.  

Luckily, after weeks of searching, the owners of the two suspected fowl suspects have come to rescue them.