Anorak

Anorak | Vegetarian restaurant owner did not want to kill cockroaches on moral grounds

Vegetarian restaurant owner did not want to kill cockroaches on moral grounds

by | 3rd, February 2015

cockroach

 

Kingsland Vegetarian Restaurant owner Khanh Hoang says he did not get rid of the cockroaches infesting his restaurant because as a committed vegetarian “killing little insects” goes against all he holds dear.

Hoang is in the dock of Canberra’s ACT Magistrates Court to answer charges of cockroach infestation, incorrect food storage, a dirty kitchen and equipment and obstructed and faulty handwashing facilities.

Hey, bacteria are living creatures, too. And mould. And viruses. They have kids and morals. You can’t just kill them. You heartless swine!

Mr Hoang is fined $16,000.

No cockroach spoke in his defence. The spinless bas***ds.

Spotter



Posted: 3rd, February 2015 | In: Strange But True Comment | Follow the Comments on our RSS feed: RSS 2.0 | TrackBack | Permalink