One of Dubai’s glitziest nightclubs, Cavalli Club, has been forced to apologise to a customer who was asked to leave because of his disability. Henrik Steyn, 22, who has cerebral palsy, was told by staff it wasn’t safe for him to be there, despite assuring them he could take care of himself. The club has since released a statement saying their policy ‘welcomes guests adhering to the door policy without any discrimination’ and apologised to Mr Steyn. Read more: arabianbusiness.com
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