Stuart, Fla., residents don’t appear to like that hen from Popeyes — or not less than not the odor of it.
Neighbors of the fast-food chain in Martin County are complaining to the county concerning the odor that residents liken to a “heavy grease” that “lays within the air,” WPTV reported.
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The restaurant, which opened over a yr in the past within the space, acquired so many complaints concerning the odor that it needed to set up an air cleansing system. Nonetheless, residents have reported it hasn’t helped.
“It’s horrible. The odor is that dangerous it’s a must to go inside,” stated Charlie Rosseau to WPTV. Rosseau reportedly lives down the road from the place.
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Ron Taylor, who has lived within the neighborhood for 25 years, and Rosseau each really feel the air cleansing system will not be being correctly maintained and thus will not be serving to the fried hen odor that has permeated the world.
“The odor, there’s no cause for it. He’s obtained the system, he simply must know methods to clear it correctly,” Rosseau stated to WPTV.
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Even County Commissioner Stacey Hetherington stated she might odor the hen when she went out to satisfy with the group members about their issues.
Fox Information has contacted Popeyes for remark.