Stephen: Officials warn public not to eat chicken tenders spilled in collison. Only in Alabama.

This past weekend in Cherokee County, Alabama, an 18-wheeler spilled a load of chicken tenders on Highway 35. The county’s emergency management agency took to Facebook late Sunday to warn motorists not to stop and pick up the spilled tenders. Their reasoning was twofold. For starters, the tenders had “been on the ground for over 24 hours and are unsafe to eat.” Secondly, “it’s a crime to impede the flow of traffic.” To this end, the agency warned that “anyone who is caught could be facing charges.”



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