These are the best reactions to the SU chicken gate
Someone literally handed in the raw chicken like it was a lost wallet to a member of staff behind the bar
A chicken can be used for many things, but aside from being eaten it appears to have found a new use, as two Business freshers from Cardiff University successfully brought a Tesco chicken into Juice on Saturday and let it loose into the crowd after hiding it down their pants to get passed security.
The full content of SU chicken gate was posted on Overheard at Cardiff University on Sunday morning, with the chicken subsequently being named Clive.
Posted by Cardiff Confessions on Sunday, April 7, 2019
Juice have declined from making a formal comment at this time, with a spokesperson telling The Tab Cardiff that they are "too chicken to comment on the matter."
However, students of The Diff have been talking about the SU Chicken gate non stop, so here are some of the main reactions. With some saying it's absolutely disgusting and others finding the funny side of a dead bird being thrown around.
Return of the #cursed meme
What more can you ask from a well respected Russell Group Uni?
Cardiff has lads throwing a whole raw chicken around in the SU, elections drama & corruption and an SU that sells the most VKs in the country…… what does ur uni have
— Rosie (@rosie_orla) April 8, 2019
Sending a massive fair play to the person that smuggled a raw chicken into the SU on Saturday and spent the evening throwing it at people in the crowd. That my friends is why I love university
— Hess (@hazeloxo) April 8, 2019
It is literally the best thing that ever happened to Cardiff Uni
Nothing can ever top someone bringing in a raw chicken into the SU
— Laine Pressley (@lainepressley) April 7, 2019
But some disagreed
Taking a raw chicken into the su is the deadest banter I’ve ever seen ?
— georg (@GeorgiaJohn1) April 7, 2019
I’m honestly disturbed that a whole raw chicken was being chucked around our SU ????
— Han (@hannahsedgwick_) April 7, 2019
Seeing a raw chicken on the dance floor in juice tonight is possibly the fucking weirdest thing that’s ever happened to me
— mia ? (@mianewtonhowes) April 7, 2019
Last week chicken, this week Quorn
Some people found it hilarious
A raw chicken being thrown around Cardiff SU is literally the funniest thing I've seen all week
— Greg (@gregore____) April 7, 2019
Someone brought a raw chicken into the su and threw it around on the dance floor and it’s probably the biggest thing to happen at Cardiff uni
— Paige Bridgeman (@PaigeBridgeman1) April 7, 2019
SU staff were surprised
So I was just rockin about serving drinks in work last night and some lad was like “can I hand something in” and, expecting a phone or wallet, I was like yeah mate I’ll take it to security for you, which is when he put a fucking WHOLE RAW CHICKEN on the bar. #JuiceChicken
— Osh ??????? (@JuicyOshhhhh) April 7, 2019
See you at the sexual health clinic
Roisin’s worried she’s gonna get salmonella from the RAW CHICKEN at the SU and now I can’t sleep ffs✌?
— Brog✨ (@BroganOwen) April 7, 2019
Others were gutted at the fact a chicken even passed through security
Sorry but I can't sneak a hip flask into the SU but someone can take a whole raw chicken ???
— jade rushby (@jade_rushby) April 7, 2019
Still trying to get my head around how someone managed to get a raw chicken in the su last night pic.twitter.com/1GwVMYrZXa
— J— J—- (@jackTMjones98) April 7, 2019
Who needs varsity now?
Cardiff students are from another planet
Nah im convinced that people from round here are just completely different from other parts of the UK. Last night at my uni someone took a raw chicken into the SU n everyones acting like its the best thing thats ever happened in the world?? Thats just fuckin weird not funny
— Meg (@_megankiely) April 7, 2019
Only at Cardiff would someone sneak a whole raw chicken into juice
— thotto mode (@georginaleaaj) April 7, 2019
An ode to the chicken
It's always juicy at Juice and what a great way to end the term
Who would have thought a dead animal had better chance of slipping past security than a can of dark fruits?