A GAY B&B owner says so-called 'diversity' legislation which prevents him from banning Tories from his hotel is 'political correctness gone mad, or something'.
Dan Jones had a visit from the PC Brigade after refusing to let out a room to a pair of Conservative voters last week.
"Apparently it's something to do with their human rights, or something," fumed Dan, 26. "But I knew what they'd be getting up to in that room: talking about Tory policies all night, free market thinking, discussing privatisation. Maybe even talking about Christianity. It's enough to turn your stomach over. Under my roof! Well I wasn't having any of that."
In yet another example of Bonkers Britain under NuLieBore, Dan says he was then "given a mild rebuke" for kicking the Tory voters down the hallway, punching them in the face and throwing their luggage at their heads.
"You can't do anything nowadays," he simmered. "What kind of country is this today? All I did was beat the crap out of a couple of Tories, and then the police came around, saying I wasn't really meant to be allowed to do that kind of thing."
One of the ejected Conservatives, who asked not to be named, said: "Look, no-one at work knows about my lifestyle. It's my choice, I can do what I want. Why shouldn't I be allowed to drone on and on endlessly about National Insurance and what a great chancellor George Osborne would be? Bloody queers. Shit, I mean, er, PC Nazis. Or something. Don't make me sound bad."
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