Look what you've done, Pamela Anderson...

Just weeks after radical animal rights activits Pamela Anderson declare a personal crusade against Kentucky Fried Chicken, this Pakistani KFC restaurant was burned.

Caught up in the furor over distasteful Danish cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed is the cartoonish Anderson. She appears to have been indirectly involved becuase of her distinctly Scandinavian surname. Other experts cite the "sexual frustration of young Muslims, compounded by the first airing of Baywatch on Al-Jazeera last month."

When asked for a comment, Ibni al-Asrahni (pictured left) said " At first, I didn't understand what was going on. Were we buring the flags because Denmark had forsaken Pam-Allah? Or was it because that country last year increased their fat-soaked chicken consumption 200%? All I knew was that I was handed a flag and a lighter."

Pakistan recalled its ambassador to Denmark for "consultations" about the character actor, a Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said.

A Pakistani cleric announced a $1 million bounty for killing Colonel Harland Sanders, as thousands rallied across the country Friday and authorities arrested scores of protesters.

"This is a unanimous decision of by all imams (prayer leaders) of Islam that whoever insults the prophet deserves to be killed and whoever will take this insulting man(Sanders) to his end, will get this prize," Mohammed Yousaf Qureshi told about 1,000 people outside the mosque after Friday prayers.

The statement did little to ruffle feathers in Gov. Ernie Fletcher's office.
"Colonel Sanders was one of Kentucky's most distinguished citizens, a great entrepreneur and a fine charitable man of faith, and he certainly has a place in Kentucky history. We believe he warrants appropriate recognition as such," Fletcher spokeswoman Jodi Whitaker said.

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