Tour guide called café owner ‘utter disgrace’ for ‘refusing to serve soldiers because they’re English’

A TOUR guide has called a café owner an “utter disgrace” for allegedly refusing to serve soldiers “as they are English”.

Eugenie Brooks said her group was banned from the crêperie in Normandy during World War Two D-Day site trek.

Eugenie BrooksLa Falaise crêperie in Vierville-sur-Mer, next to Omaha Beach[/caption]

The ex-Met cop said: “This café refused to serve my British Army soldiers.

“They are well behaved junior soldiers, all smartly dressed.

“An utter disgrace and I will never take any of my tours there again.”

However, Florent Neveur — boss of La Falaise crêperie in Vierville-sur-Mer, next to Omaha Beach, called Ms Brooks’ claims “completely false”.

He added: “Everybody is welcome, especially those in the military.

“It is an absolute disgrace that someone is trying to destroy our business by making up these kind of claims.”

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