A burger joint has come under fire for being racist after naming one of its patties with a defamatory term given to Asians.
The 'Ching Chong burger' at Johnny's Burgers in Perth has caused controversy for it's racially insensitive name.
In a Facebook post the owner, Johnny Wong, said the burger had been on the menu for three years and is inspired by his Malaysian roots.
The Ching Chong burger (pictured) at Johnny's burger's in Perth has come under fire for it's racially insensitive nameiPhone transfer software
The burger has apparently been on the menu (pictured) at the restaurant for three years
But local Lisa Chappell has stated an online petition to see the name removed, labelling it as offensive.
'Johnny's Burger joint serves up an extra side dish that is frowned upon by many. Racism!' she said.
'The offensively named Ching Chong Burger has sat proudly on Johnny's menu for many years, however enough is enough!'
'Help us stand up to racism and force Johnny's Burger Joint to remove this burger from their laminated menus.'
Ms Chappell visited the restaurant in April and