Valerie: at the bar

I used to have coffee in a bar with a ramp in my neighbourhood. One day, I realised that they had installed a terrace partially on the access ramp and I couldn’t pass with my wheelchair. I asked to see the manager. He apologised, but when I went back, the tables still were in my way. A friend and I called the bar and insisted on speaking with the manager. He told us that he didn’t want us at the bar. I told him that that was discrimination, and we filed a complaint. The bar then took away some terrace tables so that the ramp became accessible again.