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Cop Frantically Calls For Back-Up When He Uncovers Secret Tunnel Inside KFC

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When most people look at a K.F.C., they usually think of fried chicken, but one restaurant was serving far more than that! An anonymous tip led to police officers raiding the fast food chain and uncovering a hidden tunnel.

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Just the presence of the crude tunnel sent red flags amongst the police officers, but when they followed it down to where it ended, they immediately called for backup! Read more to find out who dug this mysterious tunnel and why!

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Officer John Erwin had worked for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement for a considerable time. He had seen people do crazy things to sneak into the country illegally during his tenure.

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This meant that the officer always had his guard up. Still, even he could never have thought that a simple K.F.C. building in Arizona would hide one of the most significant illegal operations he had seen. They wouldn’t have found out if it hadn’t been for an anonymous tipoff.

Established Chain

Seeing a K.F.C. restaurant isn’t an alarming site, especially with over 20,000 stores worldwide and almost 4,500 in the U.S. alone. So, when a franchise opened up in San Luis, Arizona, yards from the border crossing, no one thought twice about it.

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All homeland security agents visited the establishment regularly and were even glad to have the ability to enjoy a quick and delicious meal in the middle of their busy and chaotic day.

Mysterious Shutdown

But a few months after its opening, the fast food joint shut down despite it being a popular spot to eat. While this was strange, homeland officers already had a lot on their minds, and the opening and closing of restaurants didn’t take precedence in their workdays.

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Soon the restaurant was abandoned with all of its original K.F.C. decoration still intact, but the shell of the building began to fall victim to neglect. Within another year, the place looked derelict.