Detroit Church's Chicken Goes Viral Over Front Door [PHOTOS]

Knock, knock -- who's home?

WWJ News
September 17, 2019 - 1:59 pm

When they run out of chicken, do they knock on the neighbor's door to borrow some more?

That and many other questions remain after someone posted a photo of a Church's Chicken in Detroit that went viral.

Why? Well, let's just say it's not the conventional front door for a business. It's more like the $99 door at Home Depot you put on a new construction house.

Knock, knock -- who's home?

No one answered the phone at that Church's location at Grand River and Joy roads, on the west side. Corporate headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia said only they would look into the matter.

But the incongruous door hit the tickle bone for many across the country, who shared it with their own captions.

"The manager probably put a welcome mat on the inside & asking customers to take off their shoes," the woman who first spotted it wrote.

"Somebody in there doing hair and babysitting while grease poppin," another wrote.

One man took matters into his own hands and visited while shooting a live video of the door.

And the hilarity continued.