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Last week, someone stole a giant chicken idol from outside the Oseo Family Restaurant in Oseo, Wisconsin.

After several days with no leads, the restaurant’s owner, Artan Shabani, decided to offer a reward for its return: $ 1,000 and free food.

Shabani told Granthshala News that he found out that the rooster was stolen when one of his regular customers asked if he had gotten rid of the idol.

“So I went next door and sure enough it was enough,” said Shabani.

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According to the roster, it was about 12 feet long and 4 feet wide and before being stolen it was pressed into the ground by a steel beam, Wqow.

Shabani told Granthshala News that he had talked to the police about the robbery, but if it is just a prank, he does not plan to press charge.

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“If it’s a prank, if it’s some high school kids or college kids, I’m not accusing,” he said.

He said, “I get it, they’re young, they’re having fun.” “They did not harm anyone, they did not harm property or business or anything. Of course, I am not going to suppress the charges … I will still reward $ 1,000 for bringing them back, too, And give them a free meal at the restaurant. “

However, if the thief plans to sell the rooster for a profit, Shabani said “it’s a different story.”

“This is malicious intent for me,” he said.

While there have not been many leads, Shabani said there is an outline of support for the restaurant and the missing statue.

This 12-foot chicken statue was stolen from Wisconsin's Oseo Family Restaurant last week.  The owner will give the person a $ 1,000 reward and a free meal.

This 12-foot chicken statue was stolen from Wisconsin’s Oseo Family Restaurant last week. The owner will give the person a $ 1,000 reward and a free meal.
(Artan Shabani)

“It’s a milestone. It’s really a milestone,” Shabani said. “It’s really a part of the community.”

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Shabani estimates that the rooster has been in front of a dinner next to the Osio Family Restaurant for nearly 30 years. Shabani bought the dinner about a year and a half ago, intending to remodel it into a pizza joint before the process was delayed.

However, the chicken remained a popular location for photographs, even though the restaurants behind it were d.

“People were still driving and stopping there and taking pictures with the rooster,” Shabani said.

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If no one comes forward to return the idol of the stolen idol, Shabani said that she plans to get another one.

“I don’t know how long I’m going to wait,” he said. “But, I’ll be on the lookout for a new one. All I have to do is because, like I said, this is a milestone.”