UK: 20-year-old Muslim law student threatens legal action over wafer-free Kit Kats

Alternative headline: Do Not Get Between A Fat Entitled Muslim Chick And Her Sugar Rush


Saima Ahmad

I’m inclined to see this more as a batshit-crazy-lawsuit story than a “Muslim” story – I find it hard to connect even the most watered-down lawfare with a scheme to accumulate a Scrooge McDuck bank vault size supply of Kit Kats, I think she’s just generally being an attention-seeking greedy chancer – but of course YMMV.    h/t

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    …instinctive parasites…

    • Lawyers?

    • JoKeR


      • JoKeR

        Let’s try that again!

    • The Butterfly

      Bitch needs her jizya.

      • Raymond Hietapakka

        …it’s how their culture manages to survive…

  • Reader

    But since chocolate is worth so much more than air-filled wafer, couldn’t Cadbury counter sue her for an equivalent amount to her lawsuit, plus costs, since she received more value than what she paid for?

    • simus1

      As a law student, it is most likely she is very much asset free at the moment so the “can’t get blood from a rock” caveat would be in play for any action by Cadbury, or its present owner Mondelez Int.

  • Hard Little Machine

    She should go on a shooting spree which is the remedy under Islamic customer service standards.

    • Yo Mama

      Fit her for her vest!

  • Give the fat bitch all the sugar she wants. She then can sue when they need to amputate her feet.

    • Raymond Hietapakka


      • “Fat bitch” or amputated feet?

        • Clausewitz


  • Waffle

    Hold on people. How do we know this is not an assignment? Universities are getting so crazy these days, it just might be.

  • Scotch_Pine

    I think there’s some bizarre thing between muslims and kitkat bars.
    Many years ago (early 80s) when I lived in Ottawa I was invited over to a muslim coworker’s after-sundown ramadan feast. After sampling various and sundry dishes of ME cuisine, my host brought me to the fridge and opened the freezer door, and asked if I would like some chocolate. I was amazed to see an icebox almost full of KitKat bars. I remember thinking, everyone likes a chocolate bar now and then, but this is downright weird.

    • Yo Mama

      They must be halal certified.

      If they want to save money in the long run they should renounce the certification and stop funding terrorism!

  • truepeers

    Here is the connection to Islam: muslim women are often addicted to sweets (visit a bakery in Egypt). Yes, so are some non-Muslim women and men but i think a study would bear out that Muslim women are disproportionately so; i think it’s their solace for shitty lives as less than men.

    • Clausewitz

      To quote my dear old Grandpa, “She’d rather suck on a Kitkat bar than dear old Abdul’s Dinghy”.

  • David

    Given the fact that death cultists (muslims) are inveterate liars, and seeing that her pudgy fingers are holding the culprit on one end it appears that she has shaved a thin sliver off the other end.

  • tom_billesley

    Kit Kat ingredients include whey powder which is a by-product of cheese-making using rennet. Rennet is an enzyme from a calf stomach and the calf wouldn’t necessarily have been ritually slaughtered in the islamic fashion.
    Many imams would classify Kit Kat as haram.
    Naughty muslima.

  • Someone should tell her that if you look at the Kit Kat logo sideways and squint just right the letters are actually an anagram for “Israel Gets Money, You Get Diabetes”.

  • lolwut?

    It’s always a test to see how much we will bend over for them.

    • Petrilia

      What do you know about Ottawa Hijab Day? These people may be gathering at Ottawa City Hall to get approval for Hijab Day on Feb 25. What do you know about this? What should Canadians know about this?

      • lolwut?

        Nothing and the less attention it gets the better.

        I’m in Vancouver.

  • Reader

    I hope all prospective employers see this if they do background checks before hiring.

  • lol….