A person was removed from a bus in Malmö for wearing a Jewish Symbol

A bus driver in Malmö, Sweden asked a person wearing a Jewish symbol on a piece of clothing to get off a bus.

The driver believed that other passengers would be upset by the symbol.

The driver reportedly became angry when the person insisted on getting on the bus despite being turned away.

The individual affected, who eventually got off the bus, was very upset and has reported the incident to the Discrimination Ombudsman.


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