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Chick-Fil-A Founder Dispenses Mad Justice

Chick-Fil-A cow on a Segway

S. Truett Cathy is the founder of Chick-Fil-A, who apart from having tasty chicken sandwiches has pissed off the cow community by implying they cannot spell. But that wasn’t the reason for two preteen girls to break into the guy’s home, spraying fire extinguishers, throwing eggs around, and more. The total amount of damage? $30K. Those must have been some serious eggs.

However, instead of selling the girls for parts on the organ black market in order to cover the repairs (like you or I would do), Cathy went for something else. “In a deal Cathy worked out with their parents, the girls must write ‘I will not vandalize other people’s property’ 1,000 times. They’re also banned from watching TV and playing video games and must read a good book.”

Sadly though, as this verdict was being handed down, the clock ticked over into Sunday, and Cathy, along with all of his Chick-Fil-A shock troops, went into standby mode. The two girls were able to escape and remain at large.

Source. Blame Wolven.



  • So, reading a good book is punishment for vandalism? that’s a wee bit depressing.

  • Ah, but Mage, you’re not thinking like your usual devious self. There’s plenty of quote-unquote good books that I wouldn’t foist on my worst enemy. A Separate Peace springs to mind.