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An Irish stag party has been labelled an "embarrassment" after wearing Hitler masks in Prague

The group of 25 to 30 men also shouted abuse at elderly customers and accosted female members of staff.

There are just a few Hitler masks for sale online. This is one of them.
There are just a few Hitler masks for sale online. This is one of them.

THE OWNER OF an Irish bar in Prague has described how an Irish stag party wore Hitler masks and acted aggressively towards other customers.

In a letter to The Examiner today, Frank Haughton, who owns two pubs near the Jewish quarter in Prague city centre, said that the group of young men were an “embarrassment to Ireland”.

Haughton, who owns Caffreys Irish Bar where the incident took place, said that the group of between 25 and 30 men “should be absolutely ashamed of their behaviour”.

He described how the men wore the masks and shouted abuse at elderly customer and treated “waitresses as sex objects”.

They were asked to leave shortly after entering the bar because of the masks and their behaviour.

Speaking about the incident on RTÉ’s The John Murray Show this morning, Haughton said that the young men had, “let themselves down, let their families down, and let Ireland down”.

He did clarify however that the men had not been wearing other Nazi paraphernalia as had previously been stated.

He said that his businesses did not have any difficulty “with 99%”of hen and stag parties that came over but that this incident had made him more wary.

He said that he was planning to bring in a security guard now for the weekends.

When asked if he would consider stopping the groups from coming into his bars he said that such action would result in substantial financial loss.

First published on TheJournal.ie 

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