Motorists’ fury at ‘most expensive KFC ever’ after being fined queuing for drive-thru

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Hungry KFC fans queuing up at a drive-thru were shocked to be hit with £100 parking fines for waiting too long in the privately-owned car park.

Parking charge notices (PCN) were issued to people who waited longer than the 75 minutes at the KFC drive-thru in Rock Ferry, in the Wirral, Merseyside.

This was despite long queues which left people with waiting times of up to two hours or more, reports the Liverpool Echo.

The drivers were automatically hit with fines because their car registration was caught on CCTV when they entered the KFC site and when they left.

The first people knew about it was when a letter landed on their doormat from private car park operators Civil Enforcement a few days later, ordering them to pay a £100 parking charge – reduced to £60 if paid within 14 days.

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