Ukraine: pizzeria bans entry to Russian speakers and likens them to pigs
The venue hung an insulting sign on its door.
In the south-west of Ukraine, in the center of Chernivtsi, one of the pizzerias hung a ban sign on the front door with a crossed-out pig painted on the Russian flag. The venue’s administrator named Alexander explained that the Russian language is not spoken in the pizzeria, which offends many customers, so the management decided to post a warning at the entrance.
“This is a warning. Such visitors refuse to communicate in English and Ukrainian. And we do not communicate in Russian purely as a matter of principle,” the Strana.ua quotes the administrator as saying.
The administrator found it difficult to answer why the “warning” has a pig on it.