John Nelson and Robert Stiefler, from a satire Chick-fil-A Foundation, used a prank coupon to redeem a Chick-fil-A chicken sandwich. The two men are mocking the fast food chain that has been in the news about their support and donations to anti-gay, religious institutions. Nelson and Stiefler went to a Chick-fil-A location to redeem the prank coupon. The coupon was to trade in their homosexuality for a Chick-fil-A chicken sandwich, which the restaurant honored.
Nelson and Stiefler caught the entire moment on camera and loaded it to their YouTube channel. Since Jan. 6, when the video was uploaded to YouTube, it now has over 35k views. In the 45 comments the YouTube video has received, the top one is from MasterAdam100 who said, “Guess what? They're still gay.” MasterAdam100 has 21 likes on that comment.
The video begins with John, Robert and Harvey. The two men start talking about how they started kissing the night before and it was “very very wrong.” They decide to cash in the coupon to trade their homosexuality for a chicken sandwich. The scene then changes to the view outside of the fast food chain.
The viewers can hear the entire conversation. The men walk up to the woman who works there to redeem their coupon. She is a little confused, but the two men do receive their chicken sandwiches. Next, they make their way out the store with their free food.
They end the video bragging about trading in their homosexuality. What did you think about the prank promotional coupon and that Chick-fil-A honored it? Tell us below in the comments.