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A Florida burrito restaurant is under fire for mocking illegal immigrants in the names of menu items.

Burritos for bigotsA Florida burrito restaurant is under fire for mocking illegal immigrants in the names of menu items. Robert Kapuschanski, owner of Lola’s Burrito Joint, says that taking the “Wetback Willie” burrito off the menu in response to complaints was “the right thing to do, as a human being.” So far, however, he has not renamed either the “Dirty Sanchez” burrito or the “No Papers Shrimp.”

Police arrest a superhero look-alike A New Jersey man claims police overreacted when they arrested him for being dressed like a superhero. Matthew Argintar, 23, admits he was wearing a bulletproof vest, mask, cape, and handcuffs, but says he wore his superhero getup “to inspire hope.” His lawyer says there is no law that “would prohibit anyone from dressing how they choose to dress.”

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