With only essential businesses operating during the New Zealand's snap COVID-19 alert level 4 lockdown, one entrepreneur is attempting to cash in on Kiwis' love of takeaways.
As UberEats and fast food outlets are closed for the time being, Tauranga man Aaron Kiddle listed a bucket of "yesterday's KFC" on Facebook marketplace, offering the leftovers for the hefty cost of "$100 a wing".
"Will consider swaps for a [Nissan] GTR or PS5 / Series x" he added. "Serious inquiries [only] - don't low ball me. I know what I have."
The middle of a COVID-19 outbreak is obviously not a time anyone should be trading half-eaten food. But it appears chicken-loving Kiwis are so desperate for a fix they're willing to do anything.
Kiddle says he's had masses of interest: People have offered money, toilet paper, and in one case, a Honda Integra from a man willing to drive from Auckland.
The post quickly racked up over 300 likes, with questions including whether he would sell chips individually, or include coleslaw.
Part of the credit must go to Kiddle's flatmate Ollie, but also perhaps not - Kiddle said Ollie ate the rest of the potato and gravy.
Questioned whether he was actually going to sell the bucket to one bidder, Kiddle told Newshub he "better not".
"I don't want Auntie Cindy tracking me down," he added.
If you were tempted by Kiddle's listing and can't wait until level 3 for your KFC fix, we may have a safer, more legal solution.
Last year a UK man claimed to have perfectly recreated KFC at home after 18 months of trying, sharing the recipe with the world on social media.