New Zealand’s KFC smugglers are making headlines world wide, and Late Present host Stephen Colbert isn’t passing up the prospect to joke concerning the Kentucky Fried culprits.
Two males, aged 23 and 30, were caught by police allegedly trying to cross the border into Auckland with $100,000 in cash and a “boot full” of KFC on Sunday.
The stash contained buckets of fried hen, a number of tubs of coleslaw and extra.
“That’s what counts as illicit for you?” exclaimed Colbert in a phase of his US discuss present.
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After explaining what had been discovered by police who caught the “Kentucky Fried Bandits”, Colbert joked concerning the quantity of coleslaw within the haul.
“Arrest them for that! Who appears to be like at mac and cheese and mashed potato and says ‘eh, you understand what I might go for? Moist cabbage’,” the comic joked.
The 2 males had been caught after officers seen a suspicious-looking automotive on a gravel street, which sped off after noticing police.
They had been caught and arrested.
The lads are set to seem in court docket at a later date for breaching the Well being Order.
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