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Uni students JAILED after finding loophole that got them free KFC – 7NEWS.com.au

A group of Chinese students have been sentenced to up to two and a half years in jail after using a loophole that got them free KFC.

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A group of Chinese students have been sentenced to up to two and a half years in jail after using a loophole that got them free KFC.
The university students from east Chinas Jiangsu Province were taking advantage of a loophole on KFCs mobile applications, the Global Times reports.
The group obtained free KFC meals and made profits, which the paper said led to economic losses equating to 200,000 yuan ($40,000) for the fast-food giant.
One of the students, who has the surname Xu, found a way through…

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