RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL (Acme World News) -- A new restaurant featuring religious tolerance and diversity was opened last May 12, 2012.
The restaurant contained 14 areas, each related to different religions, with a specific menu on each area. For example, the area for Pagans and Wiccans had nature as its wallpaper, and a menu in tune with the eight Neo-Pagan sabbats. Also, the menu in the Muslim and Jewish areas were a hundred percent halal and kosher respectively, and the menu in the Jain area was assured to be vegetables only.
It has a somewhat strict security standards; Fundamentalists were not allowed to bring any type of pamphlet or tract inside the restaurant. According to the manager, this is to ensure that every religion must be tolerated, instead of it being disrespected just because it's not in a sacred text from heaven.