Shoppers divided over mum’s bizarre roast chook car ‘hack’: ‘This is the dumbest thing I’ve seen on the internet’
- A mum uncovered a ‘hack’ to ensure the safe transport of her roast chook
- A Woolworths customer realised the boot of her car has a special storage hook
- ‘My car has a built in hot chook holder,’ she happily revealed in a popular TikTok
- But many are divided and have called the ‘hack’ a ‘moronic recipe for disaster’
A shopper has been mocked over her ‘hack’ to ensure the ‘safe transportation’ of her roast chook from Woolworths.
Susan, from Sydney, said that it had taken her almost a decade to realise the boot of her car had the ‘perfect’ hot chook holder in the form of a small hook in the boot.
‘It only look me about eight years to realise some cars come with a special hook for your Woolies hot chook,’ she captioned her TikTok.
A shopper has been mocked over her ‘hack’ to ensure the ‘safe transportation’ of her roast chook from Woolworths
The video showed Susan looking in awe at the hook located on the left-hand side of the boot of her car.
‘Oh my god,’ she said. ‘My car has a hot chook holder – what the f**k!’
She said it ensures shoppers can safely carry their roast chickens home without fear of spillage or spoiling.
Thousands are divided over the ‘bizarre’ idea with many convinced it’s a recipe for disaster.
‘It’s a bag hook, for any kind of bag,’ wrote one man. ‘I wouldn’t hook hot chicken on it – it’s better to put that in an insulated bag.’
The popular supermarket sells over 4,500 tonnes of roast chicken annually, with shoppers from Queensland and NSW tied as the biggest purchasers of the hot dinner favourite
‘What if the bag breaks or leaks? You’ll have a big mess to clean up!’
A third added, ‘A leaky chook bag hovering over your car? Enjoy that smell for the months to come.’
‘This is the dumbest idea I’ve seen on the internet yet.’
Others were concerned about the safety implications of hanging hot chicken on a hook.
‘This will only leave a very thick grease film on your windows and potentially cause an accident,’ said a one man.
Another added, ‘Or you could just put it in a bag, not drive like a moron, and use the coat-hanger hooks properly.’