Too chicken to take a photo of lunch because your phone's dying?
Well, KFC in India has a solution with it's Watt a Box.
What a box.
Okay so bad puns aside, you buy a meal and you get a removable 6,100 milliampere hour.
How about to charge your phone?
And of course the micro USB or lightening charger to get the juice from the box to your phone.
You might think that the box costs a paltry sum, but as it turns out, it's a contest prize, available in Deli and Mumbai stores.
It comes with a five in one meal that will set you 150 rupees or around $2.20 KFC's battery booster is one of several reaching fast food test gimmicks.
We have seen a Pizza Hut box that doubles as a projector, McDonalds has been making its happy meals into vr headsets, And Dominos lets you tweet an emoji to order a pizza.
I can't help like there is a missed opportunity here.
Why not shape the charger like a drumstick.
Just imagine a 21st century spin on the old burger phone.
Now that would have been finger lickin' good.
Russian hackers targeting your router: Here's what to do
Apple event on March 27 to focus on education
Trump blocks Broadcom-Qualcomm merger
Yahoo hit by biggest hack ever (again), 1 billion accounts affected
iPhone 7 could arrive with a new home button and a darker shade
Pokemon Go trackers shut down
iPhone 7 launch could be coming early this year
Elon Musk unveils Tesla's master plan for the future
Netflix is coming to your Comcast cable box this year