Fast Food branch
Willowfield, Los Santos
Serving fast food to locals
Cluckin' Little Meal
|Chronological and political information|
In the continuity, Cluckin' Bell was established in 1982. In 1992 the company ran two advertisements on local media. The first commercial states that Cluckin' Bell breed chickens with "Six wings, forty breasts" quickly before gassing them. Their stock prices fell when they denied using factory farms, although the song suggests that their stock price has risen again. The second thumbs its nose at protesters and suggests that Cluckin' Bell previously served rats along with the chicken but was no longer doing so. It also implies they use chemicals that result in breast swelling in humans.
In 1994, Cluckin' Bell was taken to court in Ohio, winning the case after no link could be found between Cluckin' Bell meals and mammary gland swelling. The Cluckin' Bell website also says that the company takes no responsibility for erectile dysfunction, hair loss, heart disease, brain shrinkage, obesity, stomach ulcers, blindness or teenage acne. The website also documents how a "recent" case against the company ended after the judge in Mexico City was killed.
Cluckin' Bell sponsors the Beat The Cock Challenge, two triathlons in San Andreas which take place at Santa Maria Beach, Los Santos and Palomino Creek, Red County during the '90s. Posters for the challenge are located at various points around San Andreas, including the Cobra Marital Arts Gym.