Anti-royal fish and chips shop owner who celebrated the Queen’s death with video declaring ‘Lizard Liz dead’ has been rescued from an angry mob
- Jaki Fish and Chip Shop was instigated after the owner posted a controversial video
- Jackie Beckett celebrated Her Majesty’s death with a toast of champagne
- She also raised a sign that read: “Lizard lizard is dead and London Bridge has fallen.”
- Residents protested outside the shop and gave horrific reviews online
Angry Brits throw eggs at a fish and chip shop after the restaurant owner posted a video online celebrating the death Queen Elizabeth II.
Jaki Fish and Chip Shop, in Muir of Ord, was targeted after owner Jacki Pickett shared a clip of her popping and squirting champagne shortly after Her Majesty’s death.
Mrs. Beckett also held a sign on the board that read: “Liz’s lizard is dead and London Bridge has fallen.”
The apparent anti-property position prompted a large group of residents to gather outside the company to protest Mrs. Beckett’s jeers.
Police were called to disperse the crowd and forced to close the shop amid concerns for the owner’s safety.
Jaki Fish and Chip Shop, in Muir of Ord, has been targeted after owner Jacki Pickett shared a clip of her popping and squirting champagne shortly after Her Majesty’s death
Seven officers were called to the store Thursday night, a police spokesperson confirmed to The Press and Journal.
Despite a video of Ms Beckett walking away from the store after consuming champagne hours earlier, police say there is “no indication that a crime has been committed”.
However, she was criticized in the court of public opinion after social media users posted their disgust at her actions.
Someone wrote: “You don’t belong to us, we want you to leave.”
Another echoed, “I hope you’re out of business and Muir runs out a month.”
“Highlanders, and by that I mean true Highlanders, not only by birth, but the people who chose to live here are kind, respectful folk.”
She also held a sign on the board that read: “Lizard’s lizard is dead and London Bridge has fallen.”
Angry Brits threw eggs in the store after she posted the video. A large group also gathered outside the company to protest against Mrs. Beckett’s jeering
Ms Beckett apparently deleted the video from Facebook, but that didn’t stop angry residents from issuing poor reviews of the restaurant online.
Peter McMurray wrote: “A shocking ignorant poop for Malik… I sincerely hope it fails.”
“Absolutely despicable behaviour. Shame and disrespect!” Ian McNabb added.
Alan Hassan echoed what he said: “Not one iota of respect for anyone or anything but herself. I will never step back in your shop again.”
The Mail Online contacted Ms. Pickett for comment.
Seven police officers were called to disperse the crowd and forced to close the shop amid concerns for the safety of the owner
Ms Beckett appears to have removed the video from Facebook, but that hasn’t stopped angry residents from issuing poor reviews of the restaurant online.