KFC staff left disgusted after man caught touching himself in the drive-thru

A fast-food customer shocked staff and customers at his local branch of KFC by masturbating continuously in the drive-thru.

The man named Ngun Bik Tin The, who's from Queensland in Australia, was caught touching himself inappropriately at the Logan Central branch of the take-away chicken giant on October 19 last year.

The 38-year-old homeless alchoholic was charged at the Beenleigh Magistrates Court with one count of committing an indecent act in a public place, reports The Daily Mail.

In disturbing testimonies, the full scale of the man's misdeeds were read aloud to a shocked court.

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The court heard from police prosecutor Sergeant Donna Kay that he "was seen removing his pants in the drive-through and showed behaviour that concerned people walking by."

She added that Ngun Bik Tin The had also admitted to having alcohol addiction problems and being homeless.

He was also charged for failing to appear in court in December 2021 and in January 25 this year.

Using a court interpreter, and without any legal representation present, he said that he didn't have any explanation for his actions and pleaded guilty to the charge.

He was then convicted but was allowed to go free with a warning from the magistrate to "start behaving himself" if he wants to avoid jail time.

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