British Supermarket Apologizes Over Use Of Rage Against The Machine
British supermarket chain Asda has issued a public apology after one of their staff members played the Rage Against The Machine song, "Killing In The Name Of" during the stores opening hours. The shoppers in the town of Preston seemingly were not too happy about their local supermarket airing a song which contains the word "fuck" sixteen times.
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