Sunday, January 10, 2016

British worker told horse penis remark 'could have led to war' // Kyrgyzstan judge deports British miner for comparing sausage dish to horse penis

A British mine worker thrown out of Kyrgyzstan for a remark about a local delicacy has claimed that police warned him he could have sent the country to war with the UK. Scotsman Michael McFeat, who is now at home in Perthshire, told the Sunday Post newspaper he had been banned from entering the former Soviet country for five years. McFeat was held by police after posting a picture on Facebook of Kyrgyz colleagues queuing for a chuchuk horsemeat sausage, with a caption comparing it to a horse’s penis. He said he believed that the traditional dish was actually a horse’s penis, but the remark offended and angered his co-workers. He told the newspaper that he was smuggled out of the Kumtor gold mine after being informed that an “angry lynch mob” was coming to get him.

After a nine-hour journey, during which he claims the vehicle in which he was travelling was “rammed” by two cars, McFeat was arrested by police at Manas airport near Bishkek and held under racial hatred laws. “The police told me my act could send Kyrgyzstan to war with the UK,” he said. After a court appearance and an apology, McFeat was driven to the airport to board a flight to Edinburgh. “I was told there was a 17-page petition demanding I be jailed, and the mine went on strike after I left, so they were making an example of me,” McFeat told the Sunday Post. “I’ve always been up for a joke, but this was one time I wasn’t joking and it’s been blown out of proportion.”

A British man working at a gold mine in Kyrgyzstan will reportedly be deported after comparing a local delicacy to a horse penis. Michael McFeat who works for Canadian mining company Centerra Gold, was detained by police after he posted a comment on Facebook that reportedly offended staff at the mine and led to a temporary strike. In an apology on Facebook, McFeat said: “I would like to take the opportunity to sincerely appologise for the comment I made on here about the kygyz people and horse’s penis. I truly never meant to offened anyone and im truly sorry as it was never my intension. I would also like to say the people in the picture had absolutely nothing to do with it. again im very very sorry [sic].” But by then it was too late. A judge has ordered McFeat’s deportation, the BBC reported, citing local media. The Foreign Office could not confirm the reports, but said it was investigating. The US-backed Radio Azattik said the order was made at Karakol city court in north-east Kyrgyzstan.

In his Facebook post on 31 December, McFeat posted a picture of colleagues at the Kumtor gold mine enjoying what he described as a “fantastic Hogmanay feast”. The post added: “The Kyrgyz people queuing out of the door for there special delicacy the horses penis!!!” The dish McFeat was referring to is a traditional horse sausage known as chuchuk. Radio Azattik said McFeat’s post had “caused a lot of discontent and resentment on the part of local staff”, who demanded respect for the traditions of the people of Kyrgyzstan, as well as an apology from the mine’s management company. McFeat was reported to have been arrested at Manas international airport, close to the capital Bishkek, on Sunday. He faced up to five years in prison under Kyrgyzstan’s race hate laws. Horse meat, including offal, is a popular delicacy in both Kyrgyzstan and neighbouring Kazakhstan, where nomadic traditions have been revived since the collapse of the Soviet Union. 

PS: Why forget the importance of the horse's ass? Ancient horse's asses control almost everything... and CURRENT Horses Asses are controlling everything else.