A BIZARRE video capturing the moment a group of Ronald McDonalds chanted “you’re s*** and you know you are” at a KFC has gone viral.
In the bizarre clip, a gang of seven clowns went into the KFC at Fleet Services, on the M3 in Hampshire, and began shouting at their rivals.
At the start of the footage the group are waiting at the end of the queue for the KFC, repeatedly shouting “You’re sh** and you know you are” whilst holding cans of alcohol aloft.
Several diners are videoing them on their phones whilst others laugh.
Towards the end of the video, one of the Ronalds shouts: “What do we think of KFC?” to which the rest reply: “S***.”
He then reverses the chant and says “What do we think of s***?” to which the rest reply: “KFC”.
It is thought that the group may have been going to the Army vs Navy rugby match at Twickenham on Saturday morning.
A Ronald McDonald invaded the pitch and sidesteps stewards during the match on Saturday.
The video was posted on Facebook by Racheal Brant on Sunday morning and has been shared over 8,000 times since.
Twitter and Facebook users reacted to the clip with delight.
A user known mononymously as Khairul said: “Brilliant away support. Beats the crowd noise the Sir Colonel Sanders stand at KFC.”
Shona Perks wrote: “Now all you need is the Colonel to come out throwing tubs of fried chicken at them.”
Ray Barnes added: “Army v Navy weekend military humor. Enjoy the laugh for what is meant. Unexpected experience but great day out.”
A crowd of 82,000 fans turned out at Twickenham on Saturday to watch the Army beat the Navy 29-20.