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Get me out of here! Downcast Pink and her family leave Sydney after being denied entry into harbourside Aussie club as her fans respond to ’embarrassing’ rules: ‘Nanny state strikes again’

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Pink and her family flew from Sydney to Queensland after being refused entry to an Australian club this week. She is pictured landing on the Gold Coat.

Pink and her family flew from Sydney to Queensland after being refused entry to an Australian club this week.

The American superstar, 44, visited the Manly 16ft Skiff Club on Monday night with a group of around eight people, but was turned away at the door because she didn’t have identification.

On Wednesday, Pink, her husband Carey Hart, 48, and their two children Willow, 12, and Jameson, 7, were seen boarding a plane at Sydney Airport before landing on the Gold Coast as their epic continues Summer Carnival tour of Australia.

Wearing a paisley-print suit and gray trucker cap, the singer looked dejected as she disembarked the plane with her family following close behind.

She accessorized it with black sunglasses, a pair of earrings and white Nike sneakers.

Pink and her family flew from Sydney to Queensland after being refused entry to an Australian club this week. She is pictured landing on the Gold Coat.

The family has headed to Queensland to continue the rest of the singer's tour

The family has headed to Queensland to continue the rest of the singer’s tour

Pink was later seen smiling as she greeted the ground crew.

The family landed on the Gold Coast ahead of their show at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium on Friday.

Pink, whose real name is Alecia Beth Moore, was denied entry to the popular waterfront spot on Monday because she had not brought any identification.

Manly Markets manager Mark Eymes witnessed the encounter while queuing with his cousin and quickly realized it was Pink when she spoke in an American accent.

Pink was accompanied by her husband Carey Hart, 48, and their two children Willow, 12, and Jameson, 7, for the short flight.

Pink was accompanied by her husband Carey Hart, 48, and their two children Willow, 12, and Jameson, 7, for the short flight.

They're on the Gold Coast as she continues her epic Summer Carnival tour of Australia.

They're on the Gold Coast as she continues her epic Summer Carnival tour of Australia.

They’re on the Gold Coast as she continues her epic Summer Carnival tour of Australia.

Pink looked dejected as she disembarked from the plane.

Pink looked dejected as she disembarked from the plane.

The singer wore an outfit with a paisley print and a gray trucker cap for the short flight

The singer wore an outfit with a paisley print and a gray trucker cap for the short flight

He told the Manly Observer that he overheard Pink telling staff he had a reservation, but was told he couldn’t enter without showing ID, according to Australian rules.

“They said she couldn’t get in without (her ID), although she explained that she had already secured her reservation with a deposit,” he said.

She said she tried to help by notifying Skiff Club directors and the floor manager that Pink was at the entrance and was about to be turned away, but to no avail.

“The next thing I saw was Pink and her group walking away, they just kicked her out,” he said.

She appeared to smile and have a friendly chat with a member of airport staff.

She appeared to smile and have a friendly chat with a member of airport staff.

Pink led the way as her family followed close behind as they boarded their flight in Sydney.

Pink led the way as her family followed close behind as they boarded their flight in Sydney.

Pink visited the Manly 16ft Skiff Club on Monday night with a group of about eight people, but was turned away at the door.

Pink visited the Manly 16ft Skiff Club on Monday night with a group of about eight people, but was turned away at the door.

The So What creator dressed up in black sunglasses, a pair of earrings and white Nike sneakers for her short flight to Sydney.

The So What creator dressed up in black sunglasses, a pair of earrings and white Nike sneakers for her short flight to Sydney.

Despite the awkward mistake, Mark insisted she didn’t “drow her weight” and was “really nice” even though she couldn’t enjoy her night at the venue.

“She didn’t give her weight even once, she was very nice despite being a little upset about not being able to get in, it was a shame and I felt a little embarrassed that a solution couldn’t be found,” she said. aggregate.

Matt Hazell, managing secretary of the Manly Skiff Club, told Daily Mail Australia: ‘The Club deeply regrets any inconvenience caused to Pink, her family and friends during their recent visit to the Club.

Pink flashed a smile as she boarded the plane in Sydney.

Pink flashed a smile as she boarded the plane in Sydney.

The pop icon continues her tour at Brisbane's Suncorp Stadium on Friday

The pop icon continues her tour at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium on Friday

Pink's real name is Alecia Beth Moore.

He was reportedly denied entry to the popular venue because he did not have any identification documents with him.

Pink, whose real name is Alecia Beth Moore, was reportedly denied entry to the popular spot because she had not brought any identification with her.

Manly Markets manager Mark Eymes witnessed the encounter while queuing with his cousin and quickly realized it was Pink when she spoke with an American accent.

Manly Markets manager Mark Eymes witnessed the encounter while queuing with his cousin and quickly realized it was Pink when she spoke with an American accent.

“We sincerely apologize for the misunderstanding surrounding the identification requirement and will use the incident to improve our processes in the future.”

Under the Registered Clubs Act 1976, visitors to clubs must provide appropriate identification to gain entry to venues.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Pink’s representatives for comment.

Mark said he tried to help by notifying the Skiff Club directors and the floor manager that Pink was at the entrance and was about to be turned away, but to no avail.

Mark said he tried to help by notifying the Skiff Club directors and the floor manager that Pink was at the entrance and was about to be turned away, but to no avail.

She told the Manly Observer that she overheard her telling staff she had a reservation, but was told she couldn't enter without showing ID, according to Australian rules.

She told the Manly Observer that she overheard her telling staff she had a reservation, but was told she couldn’t enter without showing ID, according to Australian rules.

Following the incident, fans have branded New South Wales a “nanny state” for its “archaic” club entry rules.

“Another strange Australian rule that makes no sense anywhere else in the world,” one wrote on social media, while another simply said: “What a stupid rule.”

“If you want a nanny state, we’ll give you a nanny state,” someone added.

‘The archaic club has ruled for 70 years. How embarrassing,” wrote another. “It’s time to turn clubs into pubs, but then those who run them would miss out.”

“It’s really sad… I understand the rules but oh well… It’s Pink… She could have come to my house,” one fan shared.

Following the incident, fans have branded New South Wales a

Following the incident, fans have branded New South Wales a “nanny state” for its “archaic” club entry rules.

Pink, who considers Australia his

Pink, who considers Australia her “second home”, is currently in Australia for her Summer Carnival tour, which kicked off in Sydney last week.

She's been exploring with her husband Carey and children Willow and Jameson, surprising Australian locals with their low-key outings.

She’s been exploring with her husband Carey and children Willow and Jameson, surprising Australian locals with their low-key outings.

Pink, who considers Australia her “second home”, is currently in Australia for her Summer Carnival tour, which kicked off in Sydney last week.

She’s been exploring with her husband and children, surprising Australian locals with her low-key outings.

The So What creator surprised a community theater group in Sydney earlier this week when she made a surprise visit to see their musical performance.

He made a very unexpected appearance with his family to see the final performance of PACA Sydney’s In The Heights at Chatswood Concourse and reportedly even paid for his own tickets.

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