Syracuse restaurant slammed for ‘Robert Kraft’ sandwich: report

“Dinosaur Bar-B-Que” is facing backlash over a sandwich named after Robert Kraft, the New England Patriots owner who was arrested Friday in connection with a prostitution and human trafficking sting at a Florida massage parlor.

The Syracuse-based chain posted an image on its Facebook and Twitter page of a pulled pork sandwich, which was named after the 77-year-old.

“This week ONLY stop into the Syracuse Dinosaur to get a ‘Robert Kraft’ aka the Jerked and Pulled Chicken Sandwich,” the caption read.

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The post went viral and was quickly condemned for making light of Kraft’s alleged crime. Amid the backlash, the restaurant offered to donate a percentage of the proceeds to the “McMahon/Ryan Child Advocacy Center” – a nonprofit which “provides support and services to #abusedchildren” according to its Twitter page.

But the advocacy center turned down the restaurant’s offer on Monday stating: “We can not accept donations that contradict our mission.” The restaurant deleted the post and apologized in a statement that was reported by The Post-Standard.

“It was a joke that we didn’t completely think through. We apologize to anyone who was offended from the human trafficking aspect," the statement read.

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Kraft is one of hundreds of men charged in recent days as part of a crackdown on prostitution occurring in massage parlors between Palm Beach and Orlando. Ten spas have been closed.

Fox News' Nicole Darrah contributed to this report.