UK Singer Jess Glynne Wins Platinum at the 2020 Oppression Olympics

Wearing a white trash bag and yoga pants, UK singer Jess Glynne visited upmarket London Sushi bar Sexy Fish.  Only to discover the restaurant has a dress code and was justifiably turned away.


At this point most people would respect that the restaurant is private property and the owner can do what they want.  But when it becomes fashionable to claim you are oppressed it pushes people to do all sorts of stupid things.  So Glynne took to Instagram to claim her refusal to be served was ‘pure discrimination’.

“please check yourself if this is how you treat people cause it’s rude, off putting, embarrassing and most definitely not inviting. We were made to wait and 2 members of staff came to look at us and make a decision based on our appearance.”

“I think the attitude of your staff needs to change as that was pure discrimination.”


That’s right, some people are so pathetic they think being rejected from a restaurant for not being able to dress properly is discrimination.

Following a backlash on Instagram, Glynne later claimed she ‘used the wrong word’.