Police ordered a McDonald in Edinburgh to stop selling milkshakes before a Brexit Party event on Friday, due to fears that people would dump them on Brexit leader Nigel Farage.
There have been many incidents where long-time activists died in shakes by protesters, after dumps were published earlier this month on social media.
Police worried that protesters would buy milkshakes from Edinburgh McDonald's for the sole purpose of pouring them on the Brexit leader's head. McDonald's is just three football pitches away from where Farage holds its next event.
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A character posted on McDonald's window reads: "We do not want to sell milkshakes or ice cream tonight. This is due to a recent police request events. "
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As the news of McDonald's ban reached other fast food chains, Burger King took advantage of the drama, posted on Twitter," Dear People in Scotland. We sell milkshakes all weekend. Have fun. Love BK. #just say. "
Farage launched the Brexit party in March this year and is now leading it to fight the European elections.