I had some difficulty believing it when I read it - in the Telegraph, not the Mail - but it seems to have actually happened as they describe. I had more a more difficult time when I looked for the thread here on ARRSE to see that everyone is so inured to this sort of thing that it no longer carries weight; emotional, moral or anything else, apparently. Or maybe I was the first to see it (no, I don't believe that). I think the trouble may be that the Mail has cried 'wolf' whenever it sees a flash of grey fur, leading to outrage-fatigue. I see that in this story a Co-operative spokesworm has said that: "This was a genuine mistake on the part of our two members of staff, and has nothing to do with anyones ethnicity, religion or personal views ", which means that it was almost certainly all three. Well, I boycotted the Co-op years ago when they sold me corpse-rotten chicken on two consecutive occasions, so I can't boycott the bastards again. Not that they have a branch anywhere near me now anyway. I am offended.