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Reality TV star goes viral as she reveals Gold Coast pub’s odd entry policy: ‘I’m just going for a beer’


A reality TV star has gone viral after exposing a controversial policy at a popular Gold Coast pub.

Australian Survivor contestant Jaden Laing, 27, caused a stir on social media when he shared a video of his attempt to enter Burleigh Pavilion in Burleigh Heads.

Laing, who has visible tattoos on his neck, attempted to enter the beach pub, known for its strict policy on individuals with «intimidating or offensive tattoos», regardless of visibility.

The former TV contestant was wearing a turtleneck in an attempt to hide his tattoos, but was quickly questioned about them as soon as he arrived.

«Do you have any tattoos?» the employee immediately asked.

Australian Survivor contestant Jaden Laing, 27, caused a stir on social media when he shared a video of his attempt to enter Burleigh Pavilion in Burleigh Heads. On the slide

“Can I just take a look?… you have to show me, sorry, it’s our policy.

“I’m covered…just going for a beer bro,” Jaden pleaded.

Despite his attempts to downplay his tattoos, staff insisted on seeing them in accordance with pub policy.

«You can’t go in. We have to see if you have something around your neck, if you don’t want to show us that we can’t let you in….» You can’t cover up a tattoo. It is part of our policy,» continued the manager.

Burleigh Pavilion’s policy on their website states: ‘Guests with tattoos are welcome, however our policy does not allow intimidating, aggressive or offensive tattoos, clothing or behavior that may offend or intimidate other guests or staff.’

«Tattoos on the neck, head and face are considered increased intimidation in that order.»

The former TV contestant was wearing a turtleneck in an attempt to hide his tattoos, but was quickly questioned about them as soon as he arrived.

The former TV contestant was wearing a turtleneck in an attempt to hide his tattoos, but was quickly questioned about them as soon as he arrived. «Do you have any tattoos?» the employee immediately asked

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The video has garnered more than 850,000 views and fans have flooded the comments section questioning the reasoning behind the device's strict rule.

The video has garnered more than 850,000 views and fans have flooded the comments section questioning the reasoning behind the device’s strict rule.

“This practice is common among licensed venues and is in place to ensure the comfort and enjoyment of all our guests. Covering these tattoos does not permit entry,” the statement continued.

‘Management reserves the right to refuse entry to any person deemed unsuitable for entry.’

The video has garnered more than 850,000 views and fans flooded the comments section questioning the reasoning behind the device’s strict rule.

«2024, how can this be legal?» one fan commented.

«I literally don’t understand why this is a rule,» wrote another.

«But if you cover up the tattoo why does it matter,» added another.

«Why is it so important that customers don’t have neck tattoos, am I missing something?» another user asked.

«Their house, their rules,» added another.



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