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Restaurant bans customers with heavy jewelry, designer clothes and visible tattoos

A Bedouin restaurant in Sydney, Australia has banned customers from displaying their tattoos and wearing designer clothes or heavy jewelry.

The controversial dress code was introduced in a bid to stop customers from “intimidating” others.

A note in front of the popular Bedouin restaurant in Double Bay, Sydney informs its guests of the new rules.

According to the new house policy, customers cannot have “visible tattoos,” wear “heavy jewelry” or “designer-labeled apparel”.

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The eatery’s co-licensee Poata Okeroa told The Daily Telegraph: “We value our customers and community stakeholders, and have always implemented house rules that include a dress policy that discourages intimidating appearances.

The Middle Eastern restaurant was launched three years ago and is run by Poata Okeroa, Eric Jury and Julian Tobias.

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