|D&G Hong Kong Security Guard reprimands Reporter|
More than one thousand Protestors rallied outside D&G's Flagship Store in Hong Kong's Tsimshatsui District today (Sunday) after a Photographer tried taking Photos of its storefront from the sidewalk. The Photographer was reprimanded by Store Security and asked to stop, which sparked an outcry on Facebook with over 17,000 people denouncing the Store's actions.
In the above Screen Capture recorded by one of Hong Kong's leading Newspapers Apple Daily, a Security Guard tells a Reporter, "Take your camera away from here or I will break it". Protestor's signs made plays on the Fashion House's name, reading "Dislike & Get out", "D&Go Home" and even harsher, "DoG".
Protestors on Facebook even went as far as to say that the Store's actions not only infringe upon their rights, but also are racist. It does not appear that D&G has yet issued an apology regarding the incident.
Facebook User Tanazhi Hirozhi uploaded some Photos of the Protest here.
(Photo credit: Apple Daily)