A pop-up burger cafe located in Melbourne's hipster district, Prahan, is cutting off large flak online over its post hamburger.
Pablo Sweeper, named by the famous Colombian drug lord, Pablo Escobar, uploaded an image of a controversial hamburger on his Facebook page last Wednesday.
From the image upload – with the title that reads "famous hamburger ill for which people are seated" – dozens of people collided in the business because of their bad taste.
It is an image of a burger that is finished with a line of white powder (garlic dressing) and a note of $ 100 rolled up, false.
Escobar directed the Colombian poster that supplied most of the world's cocaine in the late eighties.
"I'm not sure how you feel about it," someone posted, tagging their friends.
"What is white dust bored on the bun?" Asked another of his comments.
"How can we explain (a) people who are not fun? Try to do it with Hitler and see what happens. Use people in your brain," added another user.
Others said it was "glorifying drug use."
But not everyone was offended and came to the defense of the burgers business, even praising it for their creativity.
"I love it. Great game of words. I smell the peps," said one person.
"Yes, yes! Side creams! These burgers are delicious! Everyone needs to stop being a collapse! Let's eat a hamburger already," added another Facebook user.
"It seems incredible! Love all the princess complaining about haha."
On Saturday, the co-owner of Escoburgers, Vaughn Marks, took his own Facebook page saying that the restaurant had received a lot of hatred from the Colombian community, "bless your souls."
"If you can take 2 minutes to check us to revert 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 tried the delicious burgers and the Colombians who just did not like the name. Thank you ".
Due to outrage over the image, the pop-up issued an official statement on the Escoburgers Faebook page the 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 Australians and we know how to laugh about a good game in words.
"It's just a name from a pop-up hamburger bar, it's really not a topic. It's hard not to offend someone in 2019."
The affirmation of Facebook continued to affirm that many Colombian people had enjoyed the hamburgers.
"Take people off the highway, put it to rest and learn to forgive and forget. We love each other in a very" unlikely "way and you know that you will love our hamburgers. Enjoy!"
Escobar came to infamy as the head of the drug cartel in Medellín that supplied the bulk of cocaine in the world in the late eighties. The cartel wars have seen that Colombia has become the capital of the murder of the world and that Escobar has paid the islanders to attack 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.