When Antwerp introduced the 'imagoverlagende' (=low image) tax - a medieval tax which every nightshop, shisha bar and video library has to pay in Antwerp - Murad became the leading man of the protest against the taxes. When he cut his N-VA card in two with a pair of scissors in front of the camera, a legend was born. Although this man has to offer a lot more. The story goes he was a high official in the Iranian government but had to flee his homecountry for reasons still unknown. Then he ended up in Belgium with no money and nothing at all. But now 25 years later he's the proud owner of the oldest nightshop in town. Go say hi to the legend himself and drink one on the Shitty Guide.