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Three disabled teenagers sent out of a beauty salon for 'scaring off other customers' have won £4,500 in compensation.
Amy Fox, 19, Aruna Gill, 17, and Jemimah Kumba, 14, were accompanied by two carers when they went to the salon to get their nails painted.
'Disabled people are entitled to the same treatment as everyone else and it is important that those that do suffer this sort of treatment have the courage to speak out.
'I am delighted that in this case justice has been done.' Amy, from Acton, West London, Aruna, of Walsall, West Midlands, and Jemimah, from Southall, received £1,500 each.
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But when they arrived, the girls said they were confronted by a member of staff 'shooing' them away.'They were treated in an appalling manner and I hope that by successfully taking action, other disabled people that have suffered discrimination realise they are not alone and the law is there to protect them.' Last night Amy, who has learning difficulties, told how she and her friends had been asked to leave the salon and said they had been extremely upset by what happened.'Me and my two friends went in there to get our nails painted,' she added.Please contact us if you have found inappropriate content.
Your studly, womanizing main man is walking down the school hall, and eyes a gorgeous woman he's never seen before.'My two friends are in wheelchairs, but I'm not, and they wouldn't serve us.' The 19-year-old said: 'I thought it was very unfair and it was not very nice of them to do that to us. They were refused the service because we were too busy.' She said she was not in the salon on the day of the incident.'They told us that we couldn't get it done.' Salon owner Parmail Kaur denied the allegations, but chose to settle the case out of court. However, she understood the man doing nails who was initially consulted by the carer thought there would only be one customer.Their solicitor Claire Dawson said the friends were told by a member of staff that they were 'scaring off other customers'.