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Should muslim beliefs be forced upon uk saloons and is it lawful?

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I have just been stunned by a request by a shopkeeper to leave because I was male was this correct?


My partner has been using a local beauty salon, to get her eyebrows threaded, and facial massages

she recently went there to ask for a facial she was there with my daughter, I had just walked into

the shop after posting some items at the post office, I was shocked to be asked to leave the shop

because I was male, I was shocked even worse my partner was told she could not be served or

receive any treatments because I was there, I pointed out there was never a problem with the

previous owners, the reason we were given was because most of the customers were muslim, the shop

at the time was empty there are rooms at the back and at the side with doors that closed for personal treatments,

I was only wanting to sit in the seats to wait for my partner and daughter but was told "No i had to

leave" There were no signs on the door saying only female customers this saloon was in Walthamstow

east london United kingdom, this is a shock to me because i have never been asked to leave a saloon

giving basic treatments, I feel the fact that a majority of customers were or are muslim not relevant,

to me this seems to be a religious problem or belief and this should not be applicable in UK saloons.

Am I correct in my thinking this? The previous owners were chinese I never had a problem waiting

for my partner then..... Is this a case of muslim beliefs being pushed onto everyday society and

is this correct and lawful?

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I personally think this totally unfair and is discrimination, if you were to exclude a Muslim woman because of her mode of dress for example you would have the police knocking on your door in double quick time and the pc police decrying you.

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I have contacted waltham forest council about this but I was shocked my partner was refused eyebrow threading and a facial massage because I was present, not shocked stunned...

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These days it is unlawful for discrimination whatever gender,religion or many other things.

Although it is well known that everyone has different thoughts and opinions,to express them in public can be quite serious.

The lawmakers in the EU and the UK are responsible,and there is little can be done to change those.

We just have to accept thats the way it is.

Of course the protection and remit of dealing,for anyone who finds themselves a victim,is there for all as well.

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