Jack shared the photo on r/pics where it collected more than 104,000 votes and 1,500 comments from people praising its dystopian aesthetic. "I hope that survives the apocalypse and people begin to worship it as a deity," redditor shashla117 commented. A KFC Australia spokesperson confirmed the bucket’s existence, adding how its franchise owners "are as crazy about KFC as we are – and lots of them have cool memorabilia. "This giant bucket was removed from one of our franchisee’s restaurants in Victoria, Australia around 10 years ago.
Reddit users got a glimpse into what a post-apocalyptic Australia will resemble Monday and it looks frighteningly "finger lickin’ good. " This glimpse was provided through a photo taken by 21-year-old Jack on his way to work Saturday.