Would you be willing to sleep on a street corner for a night for the chance to receive free food for a year? In a time when 55 million people are on Food Stamps you would think people would be lined up to take the offer but think again! According to reports, In honor of its brand new Manhattan location, Chick-fil-A is giving 100 people free Chick-fil-A for a year. The catch is that, In order to do this, the 100 people who are selected by drawing have to sleep on the corner of 37th Street and 6th Avenue in Midtown Manhattan.

But before you subject yourself to camping out in midtown, you need to have a government-issued ID and live within an eligible zip code — which means you need to have a zip code — which plausibly means you can’t win the opportunity to have free food for a year if you’re homeless and involuntarily sleep on the street. “In other words, this one-year free food pass is worth something more valuable than money—it’s worth your dignity,” Jezebel‘s Joanna Rothkopf writes, in a post detailing the inanity of the contest’s hidden catch. Jezebel’s comments section is now blowing up with people who are furious about this — especially since Chick-fil-A is a proudly Christian company. Chick-fil-A is famously closed on Sundays. CONTINUE