London bar's 'Sundae, Bloody Sundae' cocktail causes uproar

London bar's 'Sundae, Bloody Sundae' cocktail causes uproar

A bar in London has been slammed over its decision to name a cocktail 'Sundae, Bloody Sundae'.

The ice-cream based drink, served at the Adventure Bar in Covent Garden, comes complete with a small, green army man carrying a rifle.

Fourteen people died following the civil rights march in Derry during the Troubles in January 1972.

U2 then released their song, Sunday, Bloody Sunday' ten years later..

A spokesman for the bar told the Belfast Telegraph that they are "highly apologetic" over the incident.


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