Denmark has figured out how to subtly suggest to potential new ''Syrian" immigrants that they are not in a sharia-compliant country any more. The discreed hints are dropped at any place that serves food to the public by requiring that at least one pork-derived item be included on the menu.
When in Rome, as they say, eat spaghetti. When in Denmark, you don't have to eat Danish ham, but it's going to be on the menu and in the kitchen.
Multiculturalism should work both ways. Instead of demanding that a restaurant remove its outdoor sign touting its bacon-enhanced foods, the complainant should be reminded that they are not in East Islamowhackostan any more.