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Muslim family’s fury after Morrisons sold them cheese and onion pasty with non-halal meat in it… then offered them ALCOHOL as an apology

Oh dear. Something about this story makes me giggle. Poor, poor Muslim family.

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I ate a NON-halal pasty? And then the store offered my family alcohol????!!!!! OH NOES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

By ANNA EDWARDS

A Muslim family who thought they were buying a cheese and onion pasty were sold one containing a meat they are not allowed to eat

Then the supermarket rubbed salt in the wound by offering a bottle of champagne, which Muslims are not allowed to drink, as an apology.

Majid Khan, 28, from Canton, Cardiff, bought the pasty labelled cheese and onion from Morrisons.

Yousuf Khan, three, ate the pasty, which contained meat that is banned in his cultureYousuf Khan, three, ate the pasty, which contained meat that is banned in his culture

But when his son Yousuf, three, began to eat it he complained about the taste.

His parents found the past contained potato and minced beef that was non-halal – the cow had not been ritually slaughtered.

Mr Khan bought a total of three pasties, one of which was mislabelled, on special offer for 57p

 

The Khan family has now attacked the supermarket for their ignorance in making the errorThe Khan family has now attacked the supermarket for their ignorance in making the error

 

After realising the mistake, he rang the branch of Morrisons in Cardiff Bay where the manager apologised – and caused further insult by offering them a free bottle of alcoholic bubbly in compensation.

Two of the cheese and onion pasties were correctly labelled - but the third one actually contained non-halal minced meatTwo of the cheese and onion pasties were correctly labelled – but the third one actually contained non-halal minced meat

 

Garage worker Mr Khan, 28, said: ‘It is ridiculous and ignorant of our faith – not just once but twice.

‘Firstly they should be far more careful with how they label their products, especially when it could contain meat….

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Well, at least they didn’t honor kill their son for consuming non-halal food. So that’s good. Perhaps this family should consider only shopping at Muslim-owned businesses, where everything is halal, and there’s no liquor to be found. Or, alternatively, move to a Muslim land, where everything is perfect!

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One Response

  1. Poor baby!

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