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instead of whipping up a treat they whipped up a storm irish bakery ashes found guilty of discrimination after refusing to make a cake bearing it gay rights slogan , daniel and i mean the khalsa who run the business say it was against their christian beliefs , they took an order from gay rights activist gareth lee but then pulled him to say it had to be canceled , mister lee said this made him feel like a lesser person , he has been awarded five hundred pounds in damages which he plans to donate to charity , meanwhile the ashes intend to appeal saying they've done nothing wrong , the ruling suggests the old business owners will have to be willing , no matter how much they disagree with that , i'm not company right , the ruling is a legal landmark receiving mixed responses from the gay community on twitter with some saying they wouldn't expect muslims to make them bacon products another's suggesting the ashes may enjoy a slice of humble pie