Dearborn Michigan resident, Mohamad Bazzi, is one unhappy Muslim. He’s tasted pork or so he claims. Bazzi doesn’t want any other Muslim to ever have to go through the horror of tasting regular pork and going back to halal meat.
A Muslim man is suing Little Caesars for $100 million after he says he was served and then accidentally ate pepperoni made with pork, a food prohibited by Islamic law.
The complaint says Mohamad Bazzi of Dearborn ordered halal pizza twice from the shop on Schaefer in Dearborn. The boxes were labeled “halal,” but the pies inside were topped with regular pepperoni.
Majed Moughni, Bazzi’s attorney, said he rushed to file the lawsuit Thursday, the eve of Ramadan, so no other Muslims would accidentally eat pork from the pizza shop during the holiday.
How did Bazzi know the pepperoni was not halal? Well he is a pizza expert.
Bazzi knew it was pork because he used to work in a pizza place and knows the different types of pepperoni, Moughni said. He also said Bazzi’s wife could tell because she is a Catholic convert to Islam who grew up eating pork.
They “became sick to their stomach,” according to the lawsuit. Three days later, they filed a police report.
President Trump did implore the Muslim community during his speech in Saudi Arabia to start driving out the radical evils and terror hiding in their midst. But, he was talking about radical extremists, terrorists, and rapists, not tasty tasty pork. Perhaps, his advisers thought they were being pranked with a fake Quran when they read the passages about eating pork being one of the greatest evils a Muslim could possibly commit. He ought to have clarified because Bazzi thinks he is both following his Allah, being a good Muslim and a good citizen by filing a $100 million dollar lawsuit, according to his lawyer.
It’s mighty suspicious though to the rest of the world how far this self-proclaimed pepperoni expert got into his pizza before coming to the conclusion his tasty tasty treat could be turned into many many treats by filling a $100 million dollar lawsuit.
The lawsuit, filed in Wayne County Circuit Court, says the first incident happened March 20. Bazzi and his wife were midway through eating a pizza he had brought home from the shop when they realized it had pork pepperoni.
And yes apparently it took several “misunderstandings” for Bazzi to be completely sure he was eating the tasty tasty pepperoni and not the halal. Little Caesar’s don’t think too much of this lawsuit either.
Jill Proctor, a spokeswoman for Little Caesars said in a statement that the company believes the claim “is without merit.”
“Little Caesars cherishes our customers from all religions and cultures, and the communities we serve are very important to us. While we can’t comment on pending litigation, we take this claim very seriously,” Proctor said.
One yummy bite and the entire Little Caesar’s franchisee has to pay for his lifetime of regret for going so long in ignorance of this tasty tasty treat. That doesn’t sound like a good religious man. But, then again Muslims are known to get a little feisty, sensitive and downright hangry when it comes to interacting with those outside their faith.
There is the case of a Muslim man in France going berserk and attacking restaurant patrons with a hockey stick while screaming his fury at their eating during Ramadan.
Or the infamous time a Muslim in Birmingham became outraged when a KFC employee didn’t give him a hand wipe containing rubbing alcohol out of respect for his faith. How dare she not give him the opportunity to refuse her? The Quran says not to consume alcohol. As according to this Muslim genius, “using alcohol doesn’t mean you’re consuming it.”
Would it not have been more racist of the KFC employee to assume this Muslim man was simple-minded and ignorant? The nuances of PC America.
Source: Detroit Free Press