September 21, 2009
Perhaps you’ve read the shocking story. A couple of Christian hoteliers in Liverpool have been prosecuted by the police for a “religiously aggravated public order offence”, after one of their Muslim guests complained they had told her that the founder of her religion was a “warlord” and that Muslim dress was a form of “bondage for women”.
I wonder what prosecutions Merseyside police are planning on next.
Liverpool elocution teacher brought to trial for alleging that in Hartford, Hereford and Hampshire hurricanes hardly ever happen?
Scouse astronomer prosecuted for declaring that night is best time to look at stars?
Liverpool zookeeper arrested after bear takes offence at outrageous suggestion that ursine species only defecate outdoors?
“Morning! Tea and coffee is over there, minute glass of orange juice there… now would you like bacon and sausage with your eggs? No? Probably not. Oh, and Mohamed was a warlord, you know?”