Shuttlebank [39, 14]
A place that is very politically correct, *sigh*.
Back in yonder 1912 a group of deranged Frenchmen established a fried chicken cart on this unnamed location. Business was almost non existent as these French, being stupid, failed to realise Shuttlebank was little more than a small public housing development in the middle of farmlands.
After hiring the services of an overpriced marketing firm the so-called "Frenchies" renamed the location "The Poulet Place" to attract media attention and business. Unfortunately excluding the fried chicken sellers no one in Malton spoke French, thus sales continued to be meager. Eventually the French people went broke and starved to death on the mean streets of Malton, and the City decided to rename the street "Poulet Place", so as to fit in with other street names across the City as well as keeping with historical significance and saving money on printing new signs.
Years later the fried chicken lovers in the public housing development found out what the cart in Poulet Place had been selling and promptly joined a suicide cult and all died.