KFC Canada has launched the 'Memories Bucket', a Bluetooth printer built into one of the fast food company's trademark buckets of chicken.
Being launched to mark the company's 60th year trading in Canada, diners can connect to bucket's printer via Bluetooth for a Polaroid-style photo of, presumably, themselves eating chicken. You can see a video of this ridiculous item in action below.
It's worth noting that in the video, the Memories Bucket is described as 'Project 1', suggesting KFC may have more smart products up its sleeves.
The buckets won't be available in restaurants, but KFC announced on its Facebook page that it will be giving away a limited number to customers.