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A hotel in New Zealand has banned people wearing revealing lycra shorts

April 15, 2016 - Uncategorized



A hotel in New Zealand is sick and tired of cyclists with lycra shorts. It has said enough is enough. 

The Plough Hotel in the rural town of Rangiora has a sign out the front, specifically targeting those on bicycles who are wearing the tight-fitting, synthetic riding gear and hurting eyes everywhere. 

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“The bicycle is a beautiful object, but they should have never invented lycra!” the sign reads. “No lycra shorts allowed please.”

The co-owner of the hotel, Mike Saunders, has put up the sign in an effort to raise dress standards at the establishment. The hotel has started serving breakfast and there are already too many sausages about. Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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