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Wednesday, 15 December 2010

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Bangalorians say Bengal-Tiger crossing yes, zebra-crossing no?

Bangalore Herald, Bangalore, India: Manchester United's spanking new restaurant in Bangalore has been forced to close because the location is much too dangerous for pedestrians to access.

During the opening ceremony there were concerns that the corner where the restaurant is located was a bit dodgy because the traffic in Bangalore centre is total madness.

People attempting to access the restaurant put their lives at risk because they are being constantly attacked by maniac scooter, motorbike, car, taxi, and truck drivers who obviously support Chelsea or Arsenal!

Sir Alex Ferguson has shown his concerns for Indian Man U supporters in Bangalore and promised to build a zebra-crossing in front of the restaurant but until then, it will be closed and only opened when Man U play Chelsea on Sunday under police security!

A local supporter, Ramajahd Singh-Becks, gave the following statement:

"these are certainly terrorist attacks by local Chelsea and Arsenal supporters, they do it purposely, I've nearly lost my life three times and the guy who tried to hit me was certainly wearing a fake 'Fly Emirates' shirt whilst riding his bicycle?!"

The Bangalore council will build the zebra-crossing but fear that the attacks will continue because Bangalore maniac drivers believe zebra's belong in Africa (?)

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