I had a think about it and the last time I went into a KFC was when I was at college in London. That puts it between September 1983 and June 1984. The counter was behind heavy mesh wire and your money went in through one slot and your 'food' came out of the only other opening. This was Brixton after all.
Just checked the KFC site, my local one is still shut which must be causing havoc, but there is still Morleys and Favorite chicken shops, so the locals will still be getting their quota of greasy fried products.
OK, I'll bite. DHL owned by the German Postal Service, TNT owned by the Netherlands Postal Service.
Many moons ago, when TNT was still an Australian listed company I used to work for them.
Fun fact, TNT stands for Thomas Nation-wide Transport, from when it was a family-owned general carrier in rural New South Wales.
I haven't had a KFC for ages but for some reason I really fancy one right now, I wonder if KFC will see a bounce once the supply problem is sorted proving the old adage that there is no such thing as bad publicity.