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Glasgow man say racism is behind Edinburgh chip shop charging him for tomato ketchup

by | 28th, August 2013

“I COULDN’T believe it. Every chip shop I know gives ketchup free of charge. A condiment is a condiment. You can’t offer one customer brown sauce for nothing and then charge another for tomato sauce,” says  Glaswegian Tony Winters of his alleged experience at the Gold Sea on Ferry Road, Edinburgh.

“I said I thought it was racist that if you come from Edinburgh you can get brown sauce free but people from elsewhere, who like ketchup, have to pay. It’s clear they’re discriminating and I don’t think it’s right. If something is morally wrong, I will shout from the heavens. I feel in this instance, it is morally wrong. We went to another chip shop and the guy was killing himself laughing when we told him. It reeks of racism.  Just because we come from the west and tend to like ketchup

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