Social Media Are Riled Up After Tennis Fan Dunks Chicken Tender Into Coke A tennis fan was caught on camera dipping a chicken tender into her Coke and then eating it. Social media has deemed this disgusting. Alexa Greenfield admits it's a weird habit.
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Social Media Are Riled Up After Tennis Fan Dunks Chicken Tender Into Coke

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Social Media Are Riled Up After Tennis Fan Dunks Chicken Tender Into Coke

Social Media Are Riled Up After Tennis Fan Dunks Chicken Tender Into Coke

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DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. It may be the moment that got the most buzz at the U.S. Open, and it had nothing to do with tennis. A fan was caught on camera dipping a chicken tender into her Coke and then eating it. Social media has deemed this disgusting. The woman, Alexa Greenfield, admits it's a pretty weird habit. But I mean, thank goodness for the first person who dunked a doughnut in coffee or realized french fries taste great dipped in a chocolate Frosty. Alexa, you be you. You're listening to MORNING EDITION.

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