Asda enrages shoppers by playing song with 16 f*** you swear words!November 19th, 2008 - 3:07 pm ICT by ANI
London, Nov 19 (ANI): British supermarket chain Asda caused fury among shoppers when it played a song with swear words.
Shoppers were stunned when they heard the song repeating f*** you 16 times.
The song Killing In The Name by Rage Against The Machine had been put on in the entertainment section, next to the toys aisle.
The store bosses in Preston, Lancs, were made aware of the offensive song when Nicola Gahagan, 27, complained to them.
It should have been turned off. It was awful, the Sun quoted her as saying.
An Asda spokesman has apologized for playing the song in the supermarket.
This shouldnt have happened. Were sorry, the spokesman added. (ANI)
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