With the KFC chicken crisis set to last all week, this woman interviewed by ITV News sums up the true horror of the poultry shortage.
Although fleeting, the clip of the woman has already gone viral, with thousands of amused social media users circulating it online.
The KFC chicken shortage has been making headlines up and down the country after the fast food restaurant's new contract with courier DHL, quite literally, failed to deliver.
Because of the chicken shortage caused by the cock-up, 575 out of 900 KFC branches around the country have this far been forced to close their doors.
Luckily, the story had a happy ending, as KFC saw the broadcast and responded in cheery fashion:
She appeared in the news programme's headlines on Tuesday, which included a brief overview of the KFC crisis.
Following clips of KFC workers pasting "Sorry we are closed" signs in a restaurant window, the woman was filmed venting her frustration in her car.
But Michael Martin said the television clip was "over-dramatised".
He shared the segment on Twitter, writing: "KFC’s chicken shortage has caused what is probably the most unnecessarily over-dramatic moment in TV history."
His tweet has since gone viral, attracting more than 10,000 retweets and 18,000 likes online, with many people commenting to agree with him.
Roger Cumberbatch replied: "I was watching the 10 o'clock news when I saw this and spat out my tea!!! Talk about First World problems!"
It came as reports emerged suggesting KFC bosses from the US have been flown in to address the crisis, according to the MailOnline.