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KFC Worker Saves Kidnapping Victim Who Left Note Begging For Help

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KFC Worker Saves Kidnapping Victim Who Left Note Begging For Help

A worker at a branch of KFC in Memphis has been hailed a hero after they helped save a woman who claimed she had been kidnapped.

Authorities say the employee came to the rescue after they found a note from the woman begging for help.

The incident took place on 15 May. The KFC worker, who has not been identified, called the police at around 5.00pm, telling officers they had found a note asking for help, while also giving them a description of the woman and the man she was with.

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Responding officers reportedly managed to make contact with the woman and man, later named as Diego Glay, who matched the employee's description. However, Glay reportedly refused to obey the police's requests and tried to flee the scene on foot.

Diego Glay. Credit: Memphis Police Department
Diego Glay. Credit: Memphis Police Department

After a short chase on foot, the suspect was apprehended by officers, Fox 13 reports.

The woman who left the note told police Glay had been holding her against her will. He is said to have physically assaulted her, made threats and was armed with a handgun.

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The victim claimed she had been in a relationship with Glay, and that when she tried to leave, he took away her phone and wouldn't let her leave his sight for days, NY Post reports.

According to an affidavit, the victim and Glay had been living at different hotels across Memphis.

Glay was taken to Shelby County Jail and was being held on a $35,000 bond, with a court date set for June 1.

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At a KFC in in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, meanwhile, people were shocked to see huge piles of trash littering tables and the floor.

The infuriating image was shared on Reddit earlier this week by a user going only by the name Xshpeare, and has received thousands of views since it was posted.

According to Xshpeare, the dump was left before by a family of about eight to 10 people.

"I was shocked when I saw how dirty they left it, it was so dirty that three workers had to clean it instead of the usual one," he told Newsweek

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Credit: Reddit
Credit: Reddit

"I even took a picture because I've never seen a mess that bad in a food court."

“I feel bad for the poor workers who have to deal with entitled people like this every day. It’s not that hard to throw your garbage away,” one Reddit user commented.

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Featured Image Credit: Google Maps/Memphis Police Department

Topics: News, US News, Crime

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