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The Breakdown: Crown Prince of Denmark Turned Away From Australian Bar for Lack of ID

NYTimes.com Tuesday, 22 August 2017
The episode has drawn attention to a new state law that has angered bar owners and patrons by requiring that identification cards be scanned to gain entry.
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Members of a royal family don't usually have to worry about getting into exclusive parties or bars, but Prince Frederik of Denmark learned the hard way that even royals aren't above the law. The 49-year-old prince and heir to the Danish throne tried to enter Jade Buddha Bar in Brisbane, Australia, on...

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