Hungarian pizzeria owner fined for not serving Gypsies

According to a news report from caboodle.hu, “The Equal Opportunity Authority (EBH) has imposed a Ft 600,000 (€2,360) fine on a pizzeria in Jászapáti, Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok County, for not serving Roma (Gypsy) customers, reports news portal origo.hu.”

“The owner of the Guri Pizzéria, Imre Urbán, placed a sign on the establishment in November 2006 that said: “We don’t serve Gypsies.” Urbán claimed that he had put up the sign to prevent incidents at the establishment for which he said Gypsy customers were responsible. He also said that he had asked local police before putting up the sign whether it was acceptable, and he was told that he could display it,” said the story.

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