Update: It looks like British mine worker Michael Mcfeat will not be facing jail time for a cheesy horse penis joke (see below). Various reports today indicate Mcfeat will instead be deported from Kyrgyzstan for comparing “chuchuk,” the nation’s most loved food to a horse’s penis. Now we don’t want to inflame the situation, but have you seen a “chuchuk” in all its glory? See the video below and you be the judge.
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Talk about putting both McFeet in your McMouth. Michael Mcfeat, a Briton working at gold mine in Kyrgyzstan could be imprisoned for up to five years for comparing a national delicacy to a horse penis.
Mcfeat, who works for Canada-based Centerra Gold was detained by local authorities after he posted a comment on his Facebook page comparing a traditional horse-meat sausage known as “chuchuk” to a horse penis. The comment was so inflammatory that it caused a temporary strike at the mine.
He now faces racial hatred charges and could be jailed for up to five years for inciting hatred under Kyrgyz law, according to AFP.
Mcfeat has since deleted the offensive comment, but not before finding himself in hot water with local authorities. Here’s what Mcfeat wrote:
“The Kyrgyz people Queing out the door for there [sic] special delicacy horse penis!!!”
Mcfeat posted the following apology on his Facebook page.
I would like to take the opportunity to sincerely appologise for the comment I made on here about the kygyz people and horses 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.
Mcfeat’s Facebook post caused a brief strike at the mine.
"Күмтөр" кенинин кызматкерлери- аталган ишканада жетекчилик кызматта иштеген австралиялык Майкл Макфиттин Фейсбуктагы өз баракчасына:
"Кыргыздар аттын жыныстык мүчөсүн жегени кезекте турушат" деп чучуктун сүрөтүнө комментарий жазганына нааразычылыгын билдирип чыгышыптыр.
Posted by Турат Бектенов on Saturday, January 2, 2016