Nightclub criticized for denying entrance to a disabled footy player who mumbled his words

Comedian Adam Hills (pictured) harshly criticized the Sydney nightclub scene after a friend of his with cerebral palsy was repeatedly denied entry by dragging his words

Comedian Adam Hills criticized the scene of a Sydney nightclub after a friend of his with cerebral palsy was denied entry for mumbling his words.

Hills, who was away with his rugby league physical disability team, claimed that his teammate was repeatedly denied by the door staff that he thought he was drunk.

The night was supposed to be a celebration, after his team defeated South Sydney Rabbitohs' physical disability to win the inaugural World Club Physical Disability Challenge at ANZ Stadium, but it was nothing, News.com reported. au.

Comedian Adam Hills (pictured) harshly criticized the Sydney nightclub scene after a friend of his with cerebral palsy was repeatedly denied entry by dragging his words

Comedian Adam Hills (pictured) harshly criticized the Sydney nightclub scene after a friend of his with cerebral palsy was repeatedly denied entry by dragging his words

After winning the inaugural World Physical Disability Club Challenge, Hills shared a photo on social media to congratulate his teammates (pictured)

After winning the inaugural World Physical Disability Club Challenge, Hills shared a photo on social media to congratulate his teammates (pictured)

After winning the inaugural World Physical Disability Club Challenge, Hills shared a congratulatory photo of his teammates (pictured)

Enraged by the repeated behavior of the door staff, the comedian went to social networks to share his frustration about the ordeal.

"The well-played Sydney, newly discovered, our Rugby Disability League Team could not enter the clubs last night because one of the members of our team was speaking badly," he wrote.

– He has cerebral palsy. F *** dismayed with my own city. & # 39;

The fiery tweet has since aroused great excitement in social networks, with many people urging the comedian to name and shame the places involved.

& # 39; Oh Sydney! You're supposed to be an international city. Raise your game! One person wrote.

"Pubs, clubs and security companies seriously need to undergo mandatory disability awareness training along with their RSA certification," said another person.

A third person added: & # 39; Name and pity Adam please. This kind of thing is becoming common. "

The fiery tweet of Hills has since aroused a stir in social networks, with many people urging the comedian on Twitter (in the photo) to name and shame the places involved.

The fiery tweet of Hills has since aroused a stir in social networks, with many people urging the comedian on Twitter (in the photo) to name and shame the places involved.

The fiery tweet of Hills has since aroused a stir in social networks, with many people urging the comedian on Twitter (in the photo) to name and shame the places involved.

The incident occurs just days after a woman who was celebrating her 21st birthday was turned away from the Marlborough Hotel in Newtown, when the doormen refused to believe she had cerebral palsy.

The popular place in the Midwest received a lot of criticism after she admitted to wrongly refusing the woman's entrance, but since then she has apologized and said she was "fucked up".

"At dawn on Sunday we refused to admit a young woman because we thought she was drunk, the reality was that she had cerebral palsy, and it was her 21st birthday, and we ruined the night," said a Facebook post.

The incident occurs just days after a woman who was celebrating her 21st birthday was turned away from the Marlborough Hotel in Newtown (pictured), when the doormen refused to believe she had cerebral palsy.

The incident occurs just days after a woman who was celebrating her 21st birthday was turned away from the Marlborough Hotel in Newtown (pictured), when the doormen refused to believe she had cerebral palsy.

The incident occurs just days after a woman who was celebrating her 21st birthday was turned away from the Marlborough Hotel in Newtown (pictured), when the doormen refused to believe she had cerebral palsy.

"We apologize to the young woman, her friends and her family, without reservation, we apologize for the humiliation and anguish we have caused."

Hills, who was born with one foot, told Fox Sports that he had always dreamed of playing football in South Sydney Rabbitohs, which is why he joined the Warrington Wolves after moving to London.

"I STILL dream of literally playing for the Rabbitohs and by that I mean I have real dreams in which they call me off the stands to run and kick the final goal," he said.

"I could say I was doing this for altruistic purposes, but in reality my ultimate goal is to throw red and green at some point."

Hills said that despite winning the game and being "so proud of his team," he was disappointed that his friend still had to go through the test.

Hills, who now lives in London, is back in Australia with his rugby league squad of physical disability: the Warrington Wolves (pictured)

Hills, who now lives in London, is back in Australia with his rugby league squad of physical disability: the Warrington Wolves (pictured)

Hills, who now lives in London, is back in Australia with his rugby league squad of physical disability: the Warrington Wolves (pictured)

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