A Moroccan man was yesterday awarded ownership of the MickeyDee's fast food company in a landmark case at the high court.
59 year old unemployed Muslim Al Lah Isa Maricon who has been living in London illegally all his life brought a £56 billion lawsuit against the firm for 'hurt feelings'.
The father of 14 suffered 'intollerably' at the MickeyDee's in Pimlico last October, when in the queue waiting to order a number of McFlurries - an ice cream flavoured ice treat - he suffered the ordeal of having to listen to a young couple in front of him discuss whether to have a bacon cheeseburger instead of a regular cheeseburger, it was at this point he began to feel sick yet his protests fell on deaf ears. "The cashier did not want to know even though I could smell bacon and when I looked at the menu I could see graphic illustrations of bacon slices". The final straw came when after ordering the deserts he noticed one had a chocolate sauce swirl that faintly resembled the word 'Muhammad' in arabic.
It was at this point his 14 kids all burst out crying, "I felt helpless as a father, but I was upset too, I am sure my wife was upset but I couldn't see her face behind her veil"
Judge Ahmed Kalib had no hesitation in turning over the company to the plaintiff.
The victor said outside court "yes I am happy with the settlement but no amount of money can erase the memories of what was for me the worse day of my life, I hope that this decision can help make sure no Muslim again has to put up with what I did".
When asked what planned changes he had for the firm he said "We will be making some menu changes for a start and we plan to play the music louder in the restaurants in order to drown out the screams of chickens and cows being slaughtered in the preparation area with an blunt knife".
MickeyDee's head honcho Ronaldo Mike Deenaldo plans to appeal.