Wharton Prankster Put This Sign up in Wharton, PD Looking for Suspect
This ladies and gentlemen might be the most exciting thing that has happened in the big city of Wharton all year long!
Sometimes the most random things pop up on your timeline, like this. In a story that has since gone viral, Wharton police said they are looking for the "heartless individual" who placed a sign promising a Chick-Fil-A coming soon at a major intersection in Wharton. The issue with it is, that it was done as a prank and there are no plans for the restaurant there, as reported by FOXNEWS Take a look at the original status posted by the Wharton Police Department Facebook page below. You can also see that the Wharton Police Department also has a sense of humor.
"A witness said this act was ‘Udderly heinous and heartless,’" the post continued. "The chief has allocated additional resources to find the source of this capital offense." Chick-Fil-A corporate has also confirmed with officials that there are no plans to open a Chick-fil-A in Wharton.
In an email to Fox News, Sgt. Ariel Soltura, the Public Information Officer for the Wharton Police Department, told Fox News Digital that the police department did not stage the prank themselves, but they "played it up with humor."
"To say that we’re sad that the sign isn’t real would be an understatement, as Chick-fil-A is absolutely delicious," Soltura added. At least they have a Buc-ee's in Wharton. A little story to make you chuckle.
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