Wrigleyville bar honors the attack on Pearl Harbor in the worst way possible

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Saturday is the 72nd anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, and Murphy’s Bleachers over in Wrigleyville wants to pay their respects to the nearly 2,500 people who died in the attack. Unfortunately, the bar chose to do it in the most tasteless way possible.

Bombs and Kamikazes refer to bar drinks.

The sign quickly spread on social media, sparking the bar to issue a public apology along with removing the sign.

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