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French supermarket 'bans racists'

The sign in the store
The sign in the store Copyright Philemon Leenhardt
Copyright Philemon Leenhardt
By Euronews
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After his staff were repeatedly abused, a supermarket owner decided he had to act against racist customers.


A Paris supermarket has posted a sign in its window warning racist customers to stay away.

The manager of the branch of Franprix, put up the handwritten note after members of staff received repeated abuse.

It reads: "In this Franprix, the workers are:






And others....

And respect women

Therefore the shop is out of bounds to racists."

Another notes that staff have received an unacceptable number of problems linked to the colour of their skin.

Staff at the shop said they didn't want to comment when approached by Euronews.

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