Shameful news out of England, as Islamic radicals keep expanding in numbers. This time, two parents were thrown off a bus and branded racists after singing the Peppa Pig theme tune to their autistic daughter, it has been claimed.
Nick Barnfield and Sarah Cleaves were travelling with their daughter Heidi on a bus from Sheffield to Doncaster when the 15-month-old child began crying. That’s when they decided to do what good parents do: sing to their children.
But someone wasn’t happy:
The couple, who live in Rotherham, started singing the song in an effort to cheer their daughter up, but say they were branded racists by another passenger and told to get off the bus by its driver.
The couple claimed the woman, who they say was wearing a hijab, took offence to the snorting sounds in the song and believed they were a reference to how pork is forbidden in Islam though this has not been confirmed.
She complained to the bus’s driver, who, it is claimed, then told the couple it would be ‘easier’ for them to get off two miles from their home.
‘We were really embarrassed, ashamed and upset and we hadn’t done anything wrong, just trying to make our little girl happy, but people were looking at us as if we had done something wrong.
Investigators are looking into it, but so far nothing has been done:
Brandon Jones, head of external relations at the First bus group said: ‘The investigation is ongoing but we have viewed CCTV footage. It does show the customer leaving the bus at the location he describes and it does show a conversation between a lady customer on the bus and the driver, and the driver speaking to the customer.
This is another example of Islam being incompatible with the civilized world. These parents were doing nothing wrong, and silly pig noises should never reach the point of religious controversy.
If your religion is that sensitive, your problems are much larger than children’s songs. You might not be ready to live outside of the 14th century.
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