Booking.com has terminated its cooperation with an apartment renter from Zadar who refused to rent an apartment to a homosexual from Brazil.Naime, Brazilski liječnik Fabiano Vallim rezervirao je apartman, a onda primio poruku iznajmljivača da je odbijen jer ne primaju homoseksualce. Vallim je na Twitteru objavio presliku poruke i poručio da je šokiran te podigao lavinu negativnih komentara na račun iznajmljivača iz Zadra, piše Zadarski.hrThe owner’s son told Zadarski.hr that he “had negative experiences with homosexuals from Slovenia, who had orgies in the hotel and left a big mess, after which they decided not to accept homosexuals anymore”. He did not answer the question of whether he would have continued to receive heterosexuals if they had orgies and left a mess.Photo: Twitter”We are sorry to hear that renters discriminate against their guests for any reason. At Booking.com we do not tolerate any form of discrimination and if we learn that there is an owner of an accommodation unit on our site who is involved in discriminatory behavior we terminate our cooperation with that landlord and remove his accommodation unit from our site. Due to the procedure of the landlord, we have terminated our cooperation with it and we are working to help our guest find alternative accommodation.” reagirao je Booking.com kako prenosi Zadarski.hrPhoto / Source: Zadarski.hr
IPL’s most successful franchise Chennai Super Kings, on Thursday, moved Madras High Court against two-year suspension by RM Lodha committee.According to a report published in Business Standard, the franchise has challenged the Lodha panel’s decision and has sought a stay on it.In an affidavit, India Cements Ltd, owner of CSK, alleged that Lodha Commission had refused to enter into the dispute of whether the franchise, its owner India Cements Ltd, were guilty of violating Clause 4.1.1, thereby leading to grave miscarriage of justice.In a 37-page petition filed in the High Court, the franchise said the effect of punishment would destroy all that CSK has meant to public forever. Earlier in July, CSK and Rajasthan Royals were handed a two-year suspension by the Supreme Court-appointed committee in connection with the spot-fixing charges. The BCCI has formed a four-member working group to study the Justice Lodha panel’s verdict and give it’s recommendations to the board. The working committee has had meeting with the sponsors and has been discussing about IPL 9.