FAST food fan Natalie Jackson was hit with a £150 fine at KFC - for staying too long gorging on a monster-sized "family bucket".
The trainee nurse and a pal plumped for FOURTEEN chicken pieces, SIX bags of fries and large COKES after driving to their local branch.
They spent an hour and a half scoffing the 5,456-calorie feast. Days later regular customer Natalie got the fine in the post for breaking the restaurant car park's 75-minute limit.
Feast ... family bucket
The 24-year-old fumed yesterday: "It's disgusting. I spend a lot of money in there. Now I'm never going back."
Natalie - who eats at KFC three times a week - complained to restaurant bosses that she was unaware of signs warning of the time limit in Huddersfield, West Yorks.
The mega bucket, which busts the Health Department's recommended 1,940-a-day calorie count for women, cost her £13.16p.
Natalie vowed there was fat chance of her paying the £150 - insisting: "It didn't feel like I was in there all that long. We were hungry."
Last night KFC said restaurant parking was contracted to private firm Civil Enforcement Ltd - but promised to review Natalie's case.
A spokesman said: "A parking restriction was introduced to prevent non-KFC customers using the car park.
"The 75-minute time limit is designed to accommodate our customers who generally eat for about 30 minutes."