KFC refuse to serve disabled man on mobility scooter through drive-thru

Published September 13, 2018 3 Views

Rumble A disabled OAP has hit out after being turned away from a KFC drive-thru by staff who refused to serve him -- because he was on a mobility SCOOTER. David Irving, 71, was left dismayed after being refused food while visiting his local restaurant. He had arrived at the fast-food chain to bag eight pieces of chicken after his wife told him they had nothing in for tea on September 4 this year. But due to his fear of enclosed spaces, he decided to use the drive-thru on his mobility scooter which is registered with the DVLA and is permitted to travel on the roads. He was informed by a staff member they wouldn’t serve him because of the company's health and safety policy which forbids mobility scooters from using the lane dedicated for vehicles.

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