“I had food in my mouth and I spat it out and went to the toilet, where I was sick!” And with that visual description Muslim truck driver Naz Ali may end up not quite sick, but perhaps a little richer.
The Muslim gentleman who resides in the U.K. told the Birmingham Mall about his ordeal on Monday when he bit into and began eating what he thought was a beef burger and chili cheese fries dish, and although the beef burger was the real thing, “100% ground-round”, hidden within that nasty chili was “pork, pig, swine.”
“I’ve eaten in all kinds of places in London and Birmingham, and I’ve never had an experience like this,” he said. “For religious purposes I don’t eat pork, and restaurants should be aware of what people of different religions can and can’t eat. It was a shambles.”
Outraged chili cheese fry eater Naz Ali
No doubt after this incident that would be a good idea, however, common sense would dictate that someone with a strict religious code would have the wear-with-all to check with the server “before” ordering a dish with a variety of ingredients within a dish.
Moreover, chili can be made with pork, ground beef, even chicken, so maybe there isn’t a pot of gold after all.
The 39-year-old truck driver continued his tale saying; “My friend is a Sikh and we had been joking about not having bacon on the burgers we ordered, but the waitress didn’t pick up on it at all,” he said. “I fancied a side to go with the burger, so I ordered the chili chips. It had what I thought was chicken stuck right in the middle.”
Once again it certainly isn’t up to the server to inquire what religion Ali was, yet apparently, that is what he is suggesting. Can you imagine the meltdown by the politically correct crowd if a server would ask that type of question?
A spokesman for Marston’s Pub said: ‘We are sorry for Mr. Ali’s experience, we have apologized and all costs for his table were waived on the day.”
Adding: “menu descriptions cannot include all ingredients.”
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