A Waukegan man was just trying to enjoy a meal at Subway when someone asked him if he was a terrorist.
Zohaib Khan said he was approached by Subway employee Arjunsinh Sindha on May 5 and lobbed with a question that took him aback.
"I heard you guys were recruiting more terrorists in New York. Are you one of them?" Khan, a Pakistan native, quoted Sindha as asking, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
Sindha, 64, was charged with disorderly conduct for the incident at the Subway restaurant at 2302 Green Bay Road. He was convicted of the ordinance violation at a bench trial Thursday before Lake County Associate Judge Helen Rozenberg and ordered to pay a $75 fine.
"I feel very good that justice is served and the judicial system responded. There is no excuse for racial remarks," Khan said, according to the Sun-Times.