516587Staff at the halal-only branch in St George’s retail park, Leicester told Graham Noakes they couldn’t hand over the ethanol-infused wipes as alcohol is banned in the Koran. The Leicester-based Federation of Muslim Organisations branded the decision “bizarre”, while Mr Noakes, 41, said: “They told me it might offend other customers. “I explained that it wouldn’t affect me. In fact – I told them I like alcohol, so it wouldn’t bother me in the slightest. “When they wouldn’t give me one, I was disgusted. I will never be going to KFC again.”  The father-of-two added: “I’ve never experienced anything like this before, I couldn’t believe it.  “Why shouldn’t I be allowed a wipe for my hands? “They use wipes in hospital, what happens when we start being told we can’t have wipes there? I just can’t understand it.”  Halal is the Arabic word for “lawful” and relates to what is allowed within the context of Islamic law, but is often used in to describe the permitted ways of preparing meat in Muslim cuisine. Suleman Nagdi, spokesman for the Leicester-based Federation of Muslim Organisations, said: “I know alcohol is prohibited in the Muslim community, but I don’t understand why you can’t use hand-wipes – there’s nothing wrong with it. More