Meet The Sweet Little Girl Kicked Out Of KFC For Being Disfigured By A Pit Bull Attack
This sweet little 3-yr old girl had just left a one month long hospital visit with her feeding tube after being attacked by 3 vicious pit bulls. Grandma thought: her grandaughter: could eat KFC mashed potatoes with the feeding tube but was kicked out because the little girl was too hideous to be in their restaurant.
A little girl left with a scarred face after being attacked by a pit bull was thrown out of a Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant in Jackson, Mississippi, after an employee said her face was ‘scaring the other diners’.
The family of three-year-old Victoria Wilcher were left horrified after they were asked to leave the establishment because of the appearance of the toddler. The family shared their anger on a Facebook page entitled Victoria’s Victories.
‘Does this face look scary to you?’ reads the posting. ‘Last week at KFC in Jackson MS this precious face was asked to leave because her face scared the other diners.’
Wilcher was injured in an attack in April, when three of her grandfather’s pit bull dogs ran into his home in Simpson County, Mississippi. The dogs ripped through the back door of the home and jumped on her. The dogs then dragged the little girl outside into the backyard, where they continued to maul her before her grandfather, Donald Mullins, and his girlfriend, Rita Tompkins, attempted to stop the carnage. The dogs then attacked their owners, causing Mullins to shoot them. Two of the dogs were killed.
Wilcher was rushed to the emergency room. She suffered a shattered top and bottom jaw, broken cheekbones and eyesockets, and a broken nose. According to the first posting on Victoria’s Victories, Wilcher lost her right eye, and lost the ability to move the right side of her face. Mullins and Tompkins were arrested on charges of child endangerment. The eight surviving pit bulls the pair owned were seized by Animal Control officers. Wilcher was in the hospital for approximately one month after the attack. Upon her return home, she continued with physical therapy and wearing a feeding tube.
‘I took her to the doctor and I went to KFC.’ Wilcher’s grandmother, Kelly Mullins, told WAPT.
‘I ordered a large sweet tea and her some mashed potatoes and gravy because she was hungry. She was on a feeding tube at the time, but I figured she could just swallow (the potatoes).’
‘They just told us, they said, “We have to ask you to leave because her face is disrupting our customers”. (Victoria) understood exactly what they said.’
Mullins said she put Victoria in the car and left. She said Victoria cried all the way home to Simpson County.
I can’t decide if that KFC employee was more horrible or the grandparents who have 10 pitbulls close enough to snatch a 3-yr old and try to eat the poor thing. The Mullins said that poor Victoria doesn’t want to go anywhere anymore but that KFC has since apologized for this incident.
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