UNUSUAL: It was an odd sight at the Mary St Red Rooster on Tuesday as the giant bird was removed from its home and lowered onto a truck. Photo: Jess Johnstone
UNUSUAL: It was an odd sight at the Mary St Red Rooster on Tuesday as the giant bird was removed from its home and lowered onto a truck. Photo: Jess Johnstone

Unusual sight at fast food chicken store

IT WAS an unusual sight a Noosaville’s Red Rooster store on Tuesday as the giant red rooster itself was lowered from its prime position and onto the back of a truck.

The giant rooster was removed to make way for new signage at the Mary St store, which remains open for take away and delivery during the COVID-19 ciris.

UNUSUAL: It was an odd sight at the Mary St Red Rooster on Tuesday as the giant bird was removed from its home and lowered onto a truck. Photo: Jess Johnstone
UNUSUAL: It was an odd sight at the Mary St Red Rooster on Tuesday as the giant bird was removed from its home and lowered onto a truck. Photo: Jess Johnstone

The Noosaville store along with six other across southeast Queensland temporarily closed in October last year after its owner Sunstate Foods Pty Ltd went into voluntary administration.

Doors reopened a week later with staff able to keep their jobs.


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