New York, August 6 (ANI): A restaurant in Florida has now changed the names of a number of items on its menu after many people found them to be offensive.
The owners of Lola's Burrito Joint in Jacksonville, Fla. say they were just trying to be funny when they dubbed one of their massive burritos the "Wetback Willie," First Coast News reported.
Carlos Ramirez and Robert Kapuschanski said they named the dish after one of their employees who suggested the moniker.
"He said name it the Wetback Willie after me, and some people took offense," the New York Daily news quoted Kapuschanski as saying.
People quickly took to Facebook to blast the restaurant for the name, prompting Ramirez and Kapuschanski to change the dish's title to "Wet Willie".
"Somebody said something, we immediately answered, we immediately changed, and it's the right thing to do as a human being," Kapuschanski said.
But the restaurant, which just opened in June, is still under fire for several other dishes' monikers - many of which customers say are in poor taste.
According to Pocho.com, burritos touting the names "Dirty Sanchez Crab" and "No Papers Shrimp".
"It's a crab burrito, and crabs usually eat from the bottom of the sea," Ramirez said. (ANI)