When Hollywood A-lister John Travolta phoned a Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant to reserve a table, the employee on the receiving end of the call informed the actor that fast-food restaurants don't accept reservations.
"To me, customers are customers, no matter who they are," the employee later told the Daily Mail. "It doesn't make a difference if someone is famous."
Apparently this response wasn't acceptable to KFC higher-ups who have since issued an apology:
"In hindsight, of course, we would have reserved a table for him... It's not every day you get a Hollywood star eating in your restaurant," a spokesman says.