Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Sheiker Fries

The Daily Telegraph reports:

It was a bloody brawl allegedly sparked by a hamburger with bacon.

Now 32 witnesses will be called to give evidence at a hearing about how an incorrect order allegedly led to a violent assault on two police officers at a western Sydney McDonald's in April.

Mouhamad Khaled, 23, his 20-year-old girlfriend Daphne Florence Austin and his father Walid Khaled, 53, have been charged over the brawl at the Bankstown fast food outlet.

Sounds like Mouhamad had a good role model.

By total coincidence I was in McDonalds Bankstown earlier this week. I noticed that the menu signboard included very large stickers warning "contains bacon" over some of the burgers. This was either as a convenience to local Muslim customers, or as part of McDonald's risk management.

After the KFC Jihad incident, I for one am looking forward to the Youtube remixes of this latest Jihad du Jour.


Anonymous ar said...

I can imagine being angry at not getting my bacon, but I wouldn't carry on like a pork chop.

"the menu signboard included very large stickers warning 'contains bacon'"

Are Muslims allowed to eat meat cooked on a surface where bacon was just grilled? Just asking...

5:30 PM  
Anonymous TBS said...

If that guy on the tape was right, and the serving guy got angry because he was being recorded by a customer who was REFUSED bacon (another issue), then this whole affair has been misrepresented and needs to be clarified.

I'm all for calling out Muslims when they screw up or act up, but the employee who got angry at being recorded was quite justified, even if he did so too noisily.
The guy recording should have been told to stop recording or be ejected from the premises.

5:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

its not an offence to use a recording device in a public place with peoples knowledge. The guy going crazy is just an angry nasty idiot pure and simple

5:55 PM  

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