"Surely it's against their human rights to be denied food. I don't agree with the policy and if it is a policy why don't they make is clear?"Now, I think 'Burger King' are off their trolley to:
a) Have such a rule in the first place, and
b) Fail to advise customers of that rule.
But since when has 'refusal to serve you a burger' been a denial of food sufficient to breach one's human rights...?