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Peter Serafinowicz's KFC Ad

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If you've just managed to get this out of your dark dream space, then we apologise already.

Actor/comedian/director/Twitterer Peter Serafinowicz has delivered his pitch for the next KFC commercial and it's surprisingly unsettling. Eschewing the stereotypical combination of bright colours, a greasy bucket and a handsome family, he's gone down a different route entirely.

Seemingly aimed at putting us off eating chicken and eating in general, the warped ad would be a definite departure for the Colonel. Or actually, maybe not...

Bonus points to Peter for actually tweeting the video at KFC themselves. Sadly no reply just yet. Eyes peeled though.

(Image: Rex Features)

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