See if I eat toad-in-the-hole ever again
A SPICY sausage known as the Welsh Dragon will have to be renamed after trading standards’ officers warned manufacturers that they could face prosecution because it does not contain dragon.
The sausages will now have to be labelled Welsh Dragon Pork Sausages to avoid any confusion among customers.
Another bit of marketing brilliance is brought to us by the same lawsuit-shy people who gave us “WARNING: This costume does not enable flight or super strength,” and “WARNING: Coffee is hot.”
The inevitable comparison:
Meanwhile, in other British food news . . .
A Muslim man who was so hungry while fasting during Ramazan that he killed a swan to eat was jailed for two months at a court in Britain on Wednesday. Shamsu Mian (52) killed the mute swan at a boating pond in Llandudno on September 25 – only the second day of fasting in Britain. All mute swans in Britain belong to the sovereign, Queen Elizabeth II, a historical quirk dating from the 12th century. When challenged by police, Mian said, “I am a Muslim, I am fasting, I needed to eat.” Llandudno Magistrates Court heard that Mian had blood on his shirt and white feathers in his beard. Prosecutor Jim Neary said . . . “The officers told him the swan was the property of the queen and he replied, “I hate the queen, I hate this country.'”
Mr. Mian seems a little unclear on the concept of “fasting.” And couldn’t he have just gone for a hamburger? Even some McDonaldses serve halal food now.