New fast food "Hitler" opens in Thailand
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In 2007, hundreds of students in Bangkok dressed up in Nazi uniforms and paraded. In 2009, the Wax Museum in Pattaya put up a giant advertisement for a new exhibition featuring the Fuhrer and the words "Hitler is not dead!". In September 2011, students from the city of Chiang Mai again staged a mass dress-up in homemade Nazi costumes with swastikas and toy weapons.
The next page in the development of the Thai Nazi trend was the opening of a fast food called "Hitler" in Bangkok. They offer French fries, fried chicken, burgers and kebabs. There is a redesigned KFC logo on the sign, and Ronald McDonald with a stern expression and the same mustache at the entrance. Shocked visitors post and repost more and more photos from the National Socialist fast food restaurant on the Internet.
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1. Crazy popularity of Hitler in Thailand does not subside. Recently, fast food "Hitler" began to operate, offering chicken dishes to customers.
2. Alan Robertson, who lives in Bangkok, says:
Hitler opened a month ago, and the other day I went there for a bite to eat. The food was quite okay, and when I asked why the establishment was called that way, the seller replied that the owner simply considered it a good marketing ploy.
3. Logo. The recipe is simple - take the KFC logo, leave the body of Colonel Sanders with an apron and the famous butterfly, replace his head with the head of Adolf Hitler. Ready!
4. "Nazi chicken, please!"
Bangkok has been swept by a new fashion - cartoon images of Hitler are everywhere, especially the remake of Ronald McDonald, whose face is replaced by the face of the Fuhrer.
5. Mismatch - the more, the better.
Pandas and Teletubbies are just some of the characters that are given Hitler's face. In addition, the new incarnations of Adolf usually have an evil expression and are replete with Nazi symbols.
7. The trend is gaining popularity. Thai entrepreneurs admit that although some customers do not approve of products with the image of Hitler, T-shirts are extremely popular among young people.