McConnells , SC – A McConnells man was rushed to Piedmont Medical Center for what doctors believe to be an overdose on Chick-Fil-A Yogurt Parfait. Dwight Poindexter drove regularly to the Dave Lyle Blvd. Chick-Fil-A to cash in on his freebie of the day, a daily coupon he takes from his 30 Chick-Fil-A calendars he purchased in December.
March was Yogurt Parfait month, so each day Mr. Poindexter made his 20 minute trek across York County to cash in,” wrote York County EMS spokesman Zain Heath. “The man’s bowels were all torn up, his stomach was bloated, and his face was messy from the red syrup. This was clearly Yogurt Parfait poisoning.”
“We’ve seen this before. Once there was Chick-Fil-A Minnies month, and people were coming in several times a day holding their sides in utter pain with a Minnie in one hand, and daily calendar in the other – it’s a gruesome scene.”
Piedmont Medical will be on alert as April rolls around, but the item of the month is not revealed until the first day, so area hospitals have no known antidotes or mass treatment options. “We are just hoping it’s a small side salad this month, just to give us a break, commented Dr. Albert Chase.
Chick-Fil-A advises patrons to purchase only one calendar for their monthly freebie coupon to ensure a more moderate fast food lifestyle.