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Sikh Man Kicked Out Of Wimbledon Queue For ‘Making People Uncomfortable’

By July 14, 2016 0 Comments


London: A 20-year-old Sikh man was kicked out of an overnight queue to watch the Wimbledon tennis championships as he apparently made other people around him “uncomfortable”.

Govindpal Kooner took to Facebook last week to voice his anger at being thrown out and claimed it was an act of racism, cases of which have reported a rise in the wake of Britain’s vote to leave the European Union (EU).

Giovanni Sanleonardo Künaguero Posted on facebook:
Kicked out of the overnight camping line for centre court Wimbledon line ‘because you (…) make some people around you (…) uncomfortable, so we’re gonna have to report you and ask you to leave immediately, sir.’
All I wanted was to peacefully chill and patiently await an opportunity to re-enter the hallowed grounds and see the decorated surface while Roger and Milos scamper and glide across it.
Who’s at fault here?
Post-Brexit racism and the overt rise of neo-fascism; a titanic and heartbreakingly huge misunderstanding; people just being ignorant and plain (but inexcusably and unjustifiably) stupid?
Please advise how best to report this. Thank you, folks.
Also, i have never tweeted personally but would welcome any appropriate hashtags to spread the word via SM.
‪#‎SikhingSecurity‬
‪#‎SikhingSolaceAndSafety‬
‪#‎TextbookRacialProfiling‬
‪#‎RiseOfEnglishRadicalism‬
‪#‎WhereIsTheLove‬
‪#‎LondonIUsedToLoveYou‬
‪#‎WhereIsMyHomeNow‬

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