A near riot almost broke out at a Brooklyn restaurant last week when Orthodox Jewish customers discovered the "kosher" hot dogs on the menu were "traif" chicken franks.
The manager was punched in the face and kept the angry mob at baywith an electric carving knife until cops broke up the fight.
From the NY Post:
The Torah tussle began when a longtime patron noticed the unusually plump wiener he bought Monday night at Cheskel's Shawarma King in Borough Park didn't fit into a challah roll as usual.
Suspicious, he asked for proof of where the hot dogs were bought. The server brought him the package, which confirmed the Bar S brand jumbo chicken frank was not certified kosher.
Shocked Hasidic patrons, joined by dozens of passers-by, encircled the counter of the 13th Avenue eatery, demanding answers.
Rabbi Naftali Meir Babad, who had certified the greasy spoon as kosher, determined the hot-dog heresy was the result of a "terrible accident."
Earlier in the night, a non-Jewish restaurant employee was sent out to buy frankfurters from a nearby kosher market.
Instead, the worker went to a Golden Apple Farm grocery across the street and loaded up on goy wieners that just didn't cut the mustard.
The restaurant was shut for two days as rabbis meticulously checked for other non-kosher foods.
Kitchen equipment that touched the offending meat was thrown out, and utensils were cleansed with a flame to purge any remnants of treif, or non-kosher food, in a process known as kashering.