Church’s Chicken on Joy and Grand River spurs mirthful mocking on Twitter.
Detroiter Shantinique Brooks started the fun by tweeting a photo of the fast-food restaurant, where the entrance is entrance is retrofitted with a plywood wall and a door suited for a home.
I'm moving out of Detroit.— Shanny Reporting LIT (@__SBrooks) September 15, 2019
Because who put a house door on the Church's Chicken? pic.twitter.com/8jpKXlbK7l
The mocking spread:
"This look like some west side shenanigans," one wag commented.
"Is there a doorbell?" another asks.
"Welcome to Church's, wipe your damn feet."
"They want y'all to feel at home."
The out-of-place door and wall are temporary solutions, a manager tells Deadline Detroit. A wayward driver smashed through the glass door and wall, prompting the staff to look for a quick fix. The window on the left side of the door is still smashed.
Brooks later tweeted:
Y'all, now Church's Chicken corporate is dm'ing me— Shanny Reporting LIT (@__SBrooks) September 16, 2019
-- Jack Thomas