Buckets of KFC are being smuggled to Palestinians through tunnels under Gaza.
Delivery workers carry the bags underground for Palestinians who have ordered the takeaway from Egypt, reports The Sun/
Colonel Sanders' famous red and white moniker is now a common sight in the smuggling tunnels.
Israeli restrictions on Gaza crossings mean it is difficult to open an international fast food branch, so there are no KFC restaurants in the Palestinian region.
Delivery company Al-Yamama started to bring the food from the Egyptian North Sinai, which borders Gaza, last month, according to reports.
Company spokesman Mohammed Al-Madani said it took about four hours for the food to be delivered.
He said orders increased after the company put a KFC logo on their website.
Most popular takeaway choices are combos, The Sun reports.
The price of a KFC family meal is about 80 Egyptian pounds, which is just under $13, however delivery to Gaza increases the cost to $28.
The delivery company told The Sun the higher price was due to transportation and smuggling costs.
Mr Al-Madani said sometimes deliveries could be delayed due to "obstacles".
"Sometimes Hamas checks the meal boxes and sometimes the taxi that picks up the orders from Sinai is late," he said.
Palestinian student Aboud Fares, 22, told The Sun the extra cost was worth it.
"It's delicious even though it's not hot," he said.