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100 chickens get loose in Los Angeles Chinatown

A police chase through the streets of Los Angeles Chinatown took on a keystone cop vibe Thursday.

ABC7 reports that the chickens got loose as they were being loaded onto a truck outside the Peking Poultry Market on Broadway.

An Uber driver was the first to see them running loose and decided to help round them up.

Police got wind of the chicken escape and joined in on the effort.

It’s not known if authorities put out an all-points bulletin for help capturing the feathery friends.

It’s unclear if they successfully rounded up all the chickens if there are still some on the lam.

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