CHICAGO, IL - FEBRUARY 03: Jack Daniels Tennessee Whiskey is offered for sale at a liquor store on February 3, 2015 in Chicago, Illinois. Sales of U.S. produced bourbon and Tennessee whiskeys were up 7.4% in 2014. The spirit industry, led by whiskeys from the U.S. and the British Isles, and Tequilas from Mexico, continue to grab market share from breweries which have seen their share of overall alcohol beverage sales fall more than 10 percent since 1999. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

A guy in Switzerland recently decided to hang a Jack Daniel’s flag outside of his house.  His neighbors saw it, confused it with the black-and-white ISIS flag, and sent him a threatening letter to take it down.  But he says he’s planning on keeping it up.

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Man who flew a Jack Daniels flag accused of being a terrorist

Man in Zurich threatened by neighbours for flying a Jack Daniel's flag Accused him of being a terrorist after confusing it for the flag of ISIS Anonymous letter addressed to him said he would be 'put under watch' A man in Switzerland received anonymous threats after flying a Jack Daniel's flag outside his house - because his neighbours confused the Tennessee whiskey brand's logo for that of ISIS.