Popular Restaurant Chain Under Fire after Employees Film Video They Hope You Never See

Updated September 25, 2017

If you thought that KFC was a high-quality fast food joint, you’re going to rethink where you buy your fried chicken. In a disgusting video from an American KFC location, you’ll watch as employees EXPOSE the vomit-inducing practices the fast food company uses when customers aren’t looking. They call these disgusting things the KFC “house practices” and you’ll see why you should never think about eating at KFC again. Perhaps you should take your family to Popeyes.

In the footage, you’ll watch how the KFC employees close up the location at the end of the day. And when they do it, they store discolored (potentially rotten) food items away for the next day. As the employee describes:

“I don’t know why we do it. It’s cross-contaminated”

No one knows which American location was filmed – or when it was filmed – but KFC as a whole is scrambling to fix their reputation now that the backroom practices of the fast food location was exposed to the public.

According to the employee in the video, this nasty food practice is what they do on a regular basis at the end of the day.

The video appears to have been filmed recently. But it only went online a few weeks ago, but has already gotten more than five million YouTube views.

The KFC location in the film reuses their dirty mac-and-cheese cups and the freeze stinky green beans in soiled water. They also happily sell super old chicken that is “covered in mildew and mold.” They just don’t care about the customer’s health – this KFC location only cares about their bottom line and how to better line their pockets.

Watch the footage below and you’ll see it start off with a worker filming another colleague closing the restaurant for the day. They are all disturbed by how the restaurant manages their food safety.

“So what do you want to the world to know about KFC?” the worker asks.

After the woman spoke, the man then lifts the seemingly spoiled containers of food from the fridge. And then you see that one of the containers holds the ugly green beans floating in the old water.

Then the employee – on orders of KFC management – pours water from dirty cups into the food container.

“So you mean to tell me, the same stuff you have in those cans all day, you put in the freezer and sell it to people tomorrow?” the woman says, as her coworker splashes dirty water onto the food

He replies, claiming: “I don’t know why we do it. It’s cross-contaminated.”

The video also shows the KFC employees saving burnt mac-and-cheese for the next day. But beyond that she admits that they rinse out old and used serving cups to use again “tomorrow.”

But how KFC treats their chicken in the worst. Although some has mildew and mold over it, they save it for the next day.

“Mmm, that’s not great,” he said.

The woman then adds, “Just think, there must be mold and mildew growing there.  Well, that’s all you need to know.”

KFC has not responded to media requests to comment.