VIDEO: When Chick-fil-A opened in New York City, the beloved fast food chain offered free chicken for a year to 100 of the first 300 people in line. But to be eligible, winners needed a valid I.D. as proof of address -- arguably excluding the homeless. And while many voiced concern about the insensitivity of the giveaway, one homeless man had a different message for Chick-fil-A.
VIDEO: When Chick-fil-A opened in New York City, they offered to give away free chicken for a year (well, technically once a week for a year) to 100 of the first 300 people in line. That works out to roughly $300 worth of free Chick-fil-A. The catch: the winners would be selected the night before the grand opening and have to camp outside in a rain storm to be eligible.
Chick-fil-A fans, rejoice!
The much anticipated...