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    Still in shrinkwrap!
  2. * Signed * There must be something else that he didn't mention in order to get sympathy from the public.
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    Trump / US politics thread 🚽

    I hope all the sane Americans vote this lunatic out of the office!
  4. She's just trying her America-First luck. She's making funny face when she was wheeled out of the plane. I'm very sure she wouldn't dare to do the same if it's in America 'cos she knew she would be beaten and dragged out of the plane on the floor.
  5. Obviously they dunno what "Skimpy" is
  6. Gay man claims discrimination after he was kicked out of Vegas pool for skimpy swimsuit Chris Donohoe wore a $98 pair of Mr Turk swim briefs at the Encore Beach Club Security claimed it received a complaint and that Donohoe needed to cover up Said management told him his outfit was not 'in integrity' with the pool's brand After sharing his story Donohoe was contacted by another gay man who said he had been discriminated against Juan Casado was dancing on a stripper pole when security attempted to remove him before he was pushed into the club's pool By Anneta Konstantinides For Dailymail.com Published: 17:43 BST, 8 August 2018 | Updated: 08:49 BST, 9 August 2018 A gay man is claiming he was discriminated against after he was kicked out of a Las Vegas pool party for wearing what management said was 'inappropriate swimwear'. Chris Donohoe was partying in the popular Encore Beach Club at Wynn Las Vegas on Saturday when he was approached by security. Donohoe, who was wearing a $98 pair of Mr Turk swim briefs, was escorted out of the club and told he would have to leave if he did not cover up. 'I was kicked out for being a gay man wearing a bathing suit that was just a little too gay for the Encore Beach Club to tolerate,' he wrote on Facebook. After posting his complaints on Facebook Donohoe was contacted by another gay man, Juan Casado who said he had also been discriminated against at the venue. Casado shared a video with Donohoe that shows him being pushed off a dance platform in the pool by a security guard while showing off his moves. He was later told that only women were allowed to dance on the podium. 'I saw your post and I just want to say that I have been discriminated there as well,' Casado wrote to Donohoe. 'Not for being gay (even though I am) but the double standard of being male or female.' Donohue said two men laughed at him from the deck just minutes before he was removed from the Encore pool party. Security was allegedly acting on a complaint they had received at the pool. 'I didn't even say anything to [my friend] Veselka because I'm so f*****g used to this s**t,' Donohoe said in a Facebook video explaining the incident. 'Two men, walking by me, laughing at me, pointing and laughing at what I was wearing - which I think is fab, by the way.' Donohoe also filmed his confrontation with the general manager, who told Donohoe that his swimwear attire was not 'in integrity' with the pool party's brand. 'As far as I understand the policy is no Speedos, and this is not a Speedo,' Donohoe can be heard telling the manager, who is off-camera, in the video. 'I would just like to have the same rules as everyone else,' he continues. 'This is not a Speedo. I would love to go in there with all the other people not wearing Speedos.' 'You're more than welcome as long as you put your shorts on,' the manager tells him. 'But it doesn't sound like I'm allowed to wear this - which is not a Speedo - because I'm a gay man, because this is too much skin,' Donohoe continues. 'This has nothing to do with your sexual preferences,' the manager responds. 'Then why is this the rule?' Donohoe asks. 'What about this is not in integrity with your brand?' Donohoe asks. 'Because we have a dress code which says what you can and cannot wear,' the manager replies. Encore's dress code states that guests must 'dress to impress' and that 'pool attire is required to enter the venue'. Speedos are not listed under the policy's 'prohibited apparel', which includes no undergarments, no see-through bathing suits, and no torn or cut-off clothing. One line in the policy notes that 'no risqué or indecent swimwear is permitted' and that 'management reserves all rights to determine appropriate attire'. But Michael Weaver, the CMO of Wynn Resorts, revealed this is a new policy the hotel will now enforce after the incident with Donohue. 'In the Encore Beach Club, we have a policy, clearly posted at the entrance, which prohibited Speedos,' he told Yahoo! 'Upon receiving a guest complaint, we reviewed the policy and have changed it. The new policy will allow Speedos, but will prohibit risqué and indecent swimwear for both men and women.' Donohoe said the entire incident made him feel 'completely powerless' and that he does not plan to visit Encore ever again 'We will include the new policy on entry signage, as well as the club website, in order to help guests plan appropriately and enjoy a welcoming environment.' 'We apologize to the guest who was affected by our previous policy.' Weaver went on to say that the hotel has appreciated all of its LGBTQ+ guests 'for years'. 'Decisions to enforce policies are solely based on guest behavior, or in this case, attire,' he said in the statement. 'We have always and will continue to apply attire policies equally to all of our guests, regardless of sexual orientation.' Donohoe said the entire incident made him feel 'completely powerless' and that he does not plan to visit Encore ever again. 'There are places all over this country where I’m accepted, where I can wear my Mr Turk bathing suit – which is fierce AF, I mean come on look at it,' he said in one video. 'There are places where I don’t have to put up with this s**t. So if you're a gay man and thinking about wearing your fabulous brief bathing suits, put your money somewhere purple, put your money somewhere pink, don't put it here.' 'Because you're not welcome here actually - that was the message I was very clearly told today when I was removed from the pool.' http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6040293/Gay-man-kicked-Las-Vegas-pool-party-inappropriate-swimwear.html
  7. So glad that they have decided to silence this swine.
  8. This bitch is obviously clueless about the difference between North & South Korea. She should be glad that she's being treated more humanely as compare to those American Airlines e.g. United / North West etc
  9. UNFARE? Moment Korean Air passenger gets forcibly dragged off flight because ‘she REFUSED to get out of business class and sit in her designated economy seat’ The woman, who was only identified as a 30-year-old US citizen, resists as several flight attendants try to remove her By Gemma Mullin 3rd August 2018, 4:51 am Updated: 3rd August 2018, 5:02 am THIS is the moment a passenger was forcibly dragged off a Korean Air flight after she allegedly refused to get out of business class and sit in her designated economy seat. Footage shows the woman, who was only identified as a 30-year-old US citizen, resisting as several flight attendants try to remove her before takeoff. It happened on a flight bound for San Franscico from Incheon Airport in South Korea on Friday with the drama delaying the flight by an hour and 40 minutes. The passenger can be heard shouting “US Marshall” as at least six female cabin crew members haul her from the business class seat. They can be seen dragging her down the aisle towards the front of the aircraft as a number of passengers begin to applaud. She repeatedly chants “Korean Air stole my passport” as she's pulled towards a wheelchair and strapped in. The woman then directs her abuse at the camera and holding up a peace sign shouts “Nuclear Disarmament!” before putting her hands under her face and saying: “Meanwhile at SpaceX". In polite Korean fashion, the air hostesses are seen offering her a blanket as she is rolled away from the plane. According to the San Francisco Gate, the woman was assigned to seat 40D in economy class but moved to seat 14B in business class. Staff tried to convince her to return to her assigned seat but she continued her "unruly behaviour" and they contacted the National Intelligence Service and police. Officers transported her to the hospital to assess her mental health condition, according to AllKpop.com. Representatives for Korean Air and SkyTeam were not immediately available to comment. https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/6930395/korean-air-passenger-dragged-flight-refused-business-class/
  10. This reminds me of SOS who gets turn on by yeast infection!