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Irish cafe sparks outrage by banning US visitors

It is hardly the way to win over tourists, but this Irish cafe doesn't seem to care.

Peter's Place, a pretty eatery in County Kerry, has placed a notice in its window banning 'loud American's from entering.

The cafe lists the undesirables it would prefer not to receive in its establishment, including bus and coach tours and rowdy tourists from across the Pond.

 
 

 

The controversial sign - with its questionable grammar - has sparked outrage on Twitter after a holidaymaker visiting the picturesque villager posted it online.

Maurice Campbell tweeted the picture along with the comment: 'It must be a great thing in life to have your money made! Waterville, Co. Kerry.'

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