Judge Lets KFC Off the Hook for Pistol-Whipping

A man who was pistol-whipped by an employee at a local KFC won’t get a payday from the fast food chain now that a federal judge has ruled that the company wasn’t responsible for the incident. The man was hit in the face with a pistol while leaving the KFC at Adams and Tabor in Olney after an argument with a cashier. The victim suffered a concussion, a black eye, a fractured wrist, and memory loss and required eight stitches. Apparently, the cashier wasn’t pleased with the amount of time it took the man to select the two sides that came with his 10-piece chicken bucket and biscuits as a part of the $8 special. [Daily News]