Earlier this year, a video was posted on social media which showed a confrontation between a customer and KFC employees.
Two weeks ago, Bevan Shelton shared a video on Facebook which showed an unhappy customer complaining about the service he received at a KFC store.
According to Shelton's post, the video was filmed at the KFC in Goldman Street, Florida branch in Johannesburg.
He added the upset man in the video is "an upstanding teacher" in the community, Mr Quinton Hartley.
According to Shelton, and Hartley himself, the KFC staff allegedly mocked him and humiliated him in front of his children.
Briefly.co.za gathered the cashier allegedly yelled at Hartley's daughter because she could not decide what she wanted to order.
Hartley stepped up and things went haywire from there on. In the video, the teacher calls out the KFC staff over the alleged ill-treatment.
He then goes on to say that in their "ANC racist national party mind" they think he is just a "bushman."
The video quickly went viral, reaching 287k views in just two weeks. However, South Africans were left divided over the footage. Some felt Hartley was justified in his anger while others accused him on being racist because he dragged the ANC in a completely unrelated incident.
Take a look at the video below:
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