CHICK-FIL-A LITTLE SECRET

CHICK-FIL-A LITTLE SECRET

A FRUIT BERRY SUNDAE

Chick-fil-A reportedly has a “secretmenu item that’s so obscure some employees won’t even make it for you.

Antonella Nonone, 22, who works at Chick-fil-A in Florida,

She reportedly posted about the dessert item on TikTok earlier this summer, according to In the Know.

The item, a fruit-filled smoothie,

Is a combination of Chick-fil-A’s milkshake mix, a fruit cup and some soft serve ice cream blended together, the website reported.

Nonone reportedly showed her TikTok followers how to make the treat in the video, which appears to have been deleted.

“If you ask for this, they’re probably gonna say no,” Nonone reportedly said in the video.

“But if you work at Chick-fil-A, I highly recommend it.”

According to In the Know, the video had more than 300,000 views and numerous comments from people who said they wanted to try the dessert.

A Chick-fil-A employee in Florida reportedly posted a video on TikTok about an obscure “secret” menu item. (iStock)

This isn’t the first time Nonone has posted behind-the-scenes videos of her work at Chick-fil-A.

Last month, she posted a video with more than 2.6 million views,

That showed how the chain restaurant makes its frosted strawberry lemonade —

Though many people called it a “rip off,” In the Know reported at the time.

That video — which indicates that the drink is made with mostly ice — also appears to have been deleted.

DAWG SAYS: I AM UNABLE TO FIND THE VIDEO OR THE ITEM AT ALL ON A MENU,

SO, IT APPEARS TO STILL BE A SECRET


PORTLAND: SOME PROTESTORS NO CHARGES (VIDEO)

PORTLAND: SOME PROTESTORS NO CHARGES

Protesters arrested on nonviolent misdemeanor charges won’t be prosecuted


PORTLAND: SOME PROTESTORS NO CHARGES

Prosecutors in Portland will not pursue charges against people who were arrested and accused of nonviolent crimes,

Amid large-scale protests that have persisted in the city since the Memorial Day police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

Multnomah County District Attorney Mike Schmidt outlined his office’s position on Tuesday with a policy

Laying out why he felt it was unnecessary to prosecute those charged with nonviolent misdemeanor offenses.

Schmidt said that a prosecution of cases related “solely to protest activities”

Have a “weak nexus to further criminality” and draw away from the office’s mission.

Under the new policy, prosecutors will decline to move forward with cases against individuals,

Where the most serious offenses do not involve “deliberate property damage, theft, or the use or threat of force against another person.”

Those crimes include interfering with a police officer, disorderly conduct and criminal trespassing, among others.