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Face-tattooed man with the word BULLDOG inked on his forehead is banned from his favourite restaurant - despite eating there for 10 years Malcolm Ratima dined at RSA Napier's restaurant three to four times a week  He has been a loyal diner at the club for over a decade but has been banned Mr Ratima was suddenly asked to leave the venue because of his face tattoo His ban comes after the club had changed their condition of entry policy 

By Paula Ahillon For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 01:27 BST, 2 October 2019 | Updated: 01:50 BST, 2 October 2019

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A man has been banned from his favourite restaurant because of his prominent face tattoos - despite eating there for more than 10 years.

Malcolm Ratima dined at the Returned and Services Association (RSA) in Napier, New Zealand, three to four times a week before he was banned.

His wife, Berta Harrison-Ratima, said they had turned up at the club for lunch only for her husband to be asked to leave because his tattoo was deemed 'too offensive'.   

'She [the venue's duty manager] also told us customers feel intimidated by PEOPLE like us. Discrimination at its finest,' Ms Harrison-Ratima said. 

Malcolm Ratima (right with wife Berta Harrison-Ratima) dined at RSA Napier's restaurant on the eastern coast of New Zealand's north Island three to four times a week before he was banned

Malcolm Ratima (right with wife Berta Harrison-Ratima) dined at RSA Napier's restaurant on the eastern coast of

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