Season 2 of “Trafficked” with host Mariana van Zeller is set to premiere December 1.
In the series, the award winning journalist explores the inner workings of the global underworld’s most dangerous black markets.
In each episode, she journeys inside a different black market or trafficking network — from drugs and stolen cars to outlaw bikers and Amazon mafias — to meet the players, learn the business, and better understand the world’s multitrillion-dollar shadow economy.
The show premieres on National Geographic channel. Thankfully they sent me this tweet as a reminder to set my DVR.
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Lmao, I’m guessing this guy has never eaten at McDonalds or 99% of the fast food chains out there because the food ALMOST NEVER looks like commercial or menu.
He posted photos comparing the burger he got with the one on KFC’s menu. The one on the menu had fluffy buns filled with crispy chicken, lettuce, a slice of cheese, and sauce, but the burger he said he received had dry-looking buns, a shy-looking patty, and no other fillings or sauce.
After seeing the sandwich he received I can kind of see his point lol. That looks like a basic chicken patty straight out of the grocery store. No telling what he paid for it. Those meal delivery services can be pretty pricey.
Vice — Erwin Sandi was so disappointed with his “underwhelming” chicken burger from KFC that he planned to take the fast food restaurant to court. In a now viral Facebook post from Nov. 15, Erwin complained about the Krunchy Burger he received from a local KFC outlet in Palopo, a city in Indonesia’s South Sulawesi province, which he ordered through a food delivery app. He called the sandwich “disappointing” and said that it “didn’t look like the picture at all.” “KFC is good at deceiving their customers,” he wrote in his post.
“I tried to call [KFC], but no one answered the phone. This is the second time I received food that didn’t look like the picture,” he told local media.
Erwin claimed that he bought six burgers the previous week and that those didn’t look like what was on the menu either.
“It looked underwhelming. I can’t believe a large franchise like KFC sells such unfinished burgers,” he added.
Erwin told local media that he planned to file a lawsuit against the local branch.
Lol. Do you think he is over-reacting or nah? Let me know in the comments.
Darrell Brooks Jr. is the man suspected of being the driver who viciously plowed through a crowded Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin killing 5 people and injuring at least 40.
Brooks has been charged three times in less than two years with recklessly endangering the safety of others, most recently in an incident in which he is accused of running a woman over with his vehicle in Milwaukee.
As of now there is no motive given for his horrific actions, though some reports say he was fleeing the scene of another crime.
Brooks faces at least five counts of first-degree intentional homicide as well as additional charges. The penalty for first-degree intentional homicide is a mandatory life prison sentence.