A pop-up burger cafe located in Melbourne's hyster district, Prahan, is escaping the flak online above his hamburger.
Pablo Escoburgers, also called by the famous Colombian drug lord, Pablo Escobar, loaded an image of a controversial hamburger on his Facebook page last Wednesday.
From the burden of the image, with the title that reads "the infamous patron's hamburger of which people are", dozens of people have been affected by bad faith.
It is a picture of a burger that is finished with a line of white powder (garlic garlic) and a fake note of $ 100.
Escobar led the Colombian poster that provided most of the world's cocaine in the late eighties.
"I'm not sure how to feel it," someone posted, as he tagged his friends.
"What is white powder sprayed on the bun?" Said another commentator.
"How can we explain (a) people who are NOT FUN? Try to do this with Hitler and see what happens. Use the people in your brain," adds another user.
Others said it was "glorifying the use of drugs."
But not everyone has offended and came to the defense of the burger business, even praising it for its creativity.
"Estimate" Great word game. Relieve peps, "said one person.
"Hello, yes! Bandwidth! These hamburgers are delicious! Everyone must stop being lost! Let's eat a hamburger now," added another Facebook user.
"It seems incredible! I love all the princesses complaining about her".
On Saturday, co-owner of Escoburgers, Vaughn Marks, took to his own Facebook page where he said that the restaurant had received many hates from the Colombian community, "bless your souls."
"If you can take 2 minutes to review us to invest the 2-star rating, now we have to be great. Thank you for the love. You can clearly see the difference between the people who have tasted the delicious hamburgers and Colombians that just do not like the name. Thank you. "
Due to the outrage on the image, the pop-up issued an official statement on the page of Escoburgers Faebook next day, entitled "Not here to offend."
"We are very proud of our hamburgers but we also understand that Pablo Escobar was a horrible man who destroyed the lives of thousands of Colombians," said the statement.
"We do not accept, idolize or promote Pablo Emilio Escobar or his actions in any way". However, we are Australian and we know how to laugh about a good game of words.
"It's just a name for a pop-up burger bar that is not really a topic. It's hard not to offend anyone in 2019."
The Facebook affirmation continued to claim that many Colombian people would have enjoyed hamburgers.
"Take people out on the highway, rest and learn to forgive and forget! In any way, we love you so much" unlikely "and you know that you will love our hamburgers. Enjoy!"
Escobar rose to the infamy as the head of the drug cartel in Medellín that supplied most of the cocaine in the world at the end of the eighties. The wars of the cartel saw that Colombia became the capital assassinated of the world and Escobar paid the military to go to the police, executing hundreds. He was shot dead in 1993.
Mr. Marks said he has no plans to change the name of the pop-up.