MILWAUKEE — MooSa’s Custard Stand by Bradford Beach is offering free custard to anyone who helps clean up the lakefront after people vandalized the building Tuesday around 10 p.m.
Owner Nas Musa is upset that his restaurant was broken into; however, he said he is more concerned about the garbage left behind after people broke into his store.
“My main concern was I didn’t want the beach getting destroyed. There was garbage everywhere,” Musa said.
That’s why he is offering free custard to anyone who helps clean the lakefront.
“(The lakefront) is the only thing we have available right now that’s not closed,” he said.
Despite the shop getting broken into, MooSa’s is still open for business.
The owner also wanted to make it clear that he does not believe those who vandalized his building had anything to do with the protests that happened yesterday.