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.