Police pilot allegedly made emergency landing at KFC for lunch

Police pilot allegedly made emergency landing at KFC for lunch

South Africans are torn between being angry and being amused after a police pilot landed a chopper at a KFC to allegedly buy himself lunch in Queenstown, Eastern Cape. The police is looking into the matter.

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The SAPS is looking into a report that one of its pilots made an emergency landing at a KFC restaurant to buy lunch.

The pilot allegedly landed in the parking lot of the fast food chain in Queenstown and bought himself a meal.

Photos of this alleged incident was started on social media and has since gone viral as South Africans are outraged as well as amused by this behaviour.

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News24 reports that Brigadier Vishnu Naidoo stated that it is not clear why the helicopter was landed at that specific time or place.

The pilot was patrolling in the Eastern Cape at the time of the alleged lunch break.

The identity of the pilot is still unknown.

According to Naidoo, the police is looking into the matter.

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Here's what people had to say:

Burgert Adriaan Potgieter - has anyone registered the helicopter Nr.? Enough photos of the Pilot. He SHALL LOSE HIS PILOT LICENCE after this FB posting.!!!!
Ebrahim Mia - Could be acting on some instructions from his superiors ??
Shandre Voight - It was his lunch break omw
Ushir Shah - We don't have all the facts to make a judgement...
Chris Swiegers - One ass trying to blow this incident completely out of perpotion exaggerating.No toilet in the helicopter.
Janeen Theresa Schubach - He wears a body he must eat too. He's not causing any danger and there is plenty space to land. I find it very entertaining and amusing.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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