HOPEWELL JUNCTION, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — A Kentucky Fried Chicken ad has ruffled one Dutchess County woman’s feathers.

Anna Wurtzburger, 64, of Dutchess County, filed a $20 million lawsuit against the fast food chain, claiming KFC is fooling hungry families with their $20 bucket of chicken ad that depicts a bucket overflowing with food.

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Wurtzburger claims she received less than half a bucket of chicken.

According to KFC, there are only eight pieces of chicken in the bucket. But for Wurtzburger, that’s not the point.

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“It’s the principle of the matter,” Wurtzburger said. “Sometimes you gotta hit people where they feel the hurt. For me, a corporation like that — would be in the pocketbook.”

Wurtzburger said she was offered coupons for $70 in free chicken, but she refused.

KFC released a statement calling the claim “meritless.” The company said they plan to ask the courts to drop the case.

 

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