Some restaurants and pubs in the South Korean capital are refusing to serve Americans amid anger over the acquittal of two US soldiers for the road deaths of two teenage girls.This is what happens when you slap your boys on the wrist. Actually, wait they weren't even slapped! No soup for you! Certainly, the two fellows who were acquitted wont be served; they've already left South Korea.
"Americans are not welcome here," read a sign on the door and a window of Zeno, a restaurant in Seoul.
On Wednesday US President George Bush sent a message of regret for the deaths of the girls, who were crushed by a US military vehicle in June.
But critics said the apology was not enough to stem the anger in South Korea, which hosts 37,000 US soldiers. (full story)
On the other hand, if those two shmucks were still around, perhaps they could get kicked north of the border and put in here: