‘We have an alibi’: Fast food chains address Burger King hacking

As Twitchy reported, Burger King’s Twitter account was hacked this morning. Now, other fast food restaurants are weighing in:

At least Wendy’s had some fun with it. The same can’t be said for others:

Weak sauce.

  • http://www.politicsandpixels.com/ John Richards

    Would imagine this whole incident has left a bad taste in their mouths.

    • fivebyfive

      Not as bad a taste than if you ate there

  • ZoriahShepard

    Nice to see Wendy’s has a sense of humor.

  • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

    What’s cooking here?!

  • Lady 12

    Can’t wait to see Chick-fil-A’s response. Bet it’s epic.

    • justlittlolme

      Don’t get us involved in your beef!

      • Lady 12


  • CatHerder

    Popeyes’ response was a loony cackle.

  • EstepsAmerica

    The cows probably did it.

  • kayakingfatso

    It’s the horses.

  • https://twitter.com/tweetyuo Tangchung

    Chick-fil-A response:
    “It was Colonel Sanders in the library”

  • Mat

    For those who are not aware, the hack was done by the cyberterrorists at Anonymous. It wasn’t funny or cute. These pricks need to be executed as soon as found.

  • fivebyfive

    eat mor chiken