An Australian man claims he was ejected from one of Perth's newest bars because of his hairstyle. Having sported his mullet for almost a decade, David Hoogland said he was surprised when bouncers told him to leave Print Hall's rooftop bar last month. He had been drinking with fiancee Sarah Sorgiovanni and friends and said his hair had never been an issue before. "I'm not in a gang, I don't have tattoos all over me, I'm just an everyday person," Mr Hoogland said. Print Hall chief executive Lyndon Waples declined to comment. Under WA law, venues are free to set dress codes and refuse entry to patrons but cannot discriminate on the basis of sex, race or religion.
to sport/porter, arborer – mullet/coupe mulet (nuque longue) – decade/décennie – bouncer/videur – issue/problème – WA= Western Australia – venue/lieu public – patron/client