Nutritionists may be in panic of the saturated fat spectacular that is the KFC Double Down, officially launched in New Zealand tomorrow.
But Act on Campus is supporting the new burger with a Facebook campaign.
It reckons while the Double Down has been targetted by those fighting obesity, "Frankly, we don't give a damn. Everyone should be free to buy food they enjoy."
Party members will visit KFC stores in in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin "at a random time" tomorrow, wearing bright yellow T-shirts.
Assuming they don't run from the store, the first five people to encounter the Act on Campus operatives in each city will score a free Double Down.
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