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Man upset by 'Ladies Night' rejection

STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Sept. 27 (UPI) -- A Swedish man reported the popular cabaret show "Ladies Night" to authorities for denying him a ticket because he is a man.

Kent Grim, 58, said he tried to buy tickets to the fifth anniversary show of the cabaret, which bills itself online as "only for girls," but was turned down due to his gender, The Local reported Monday.

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Grim said he reported the show to the discrimination ombudsman.

"It is not just on a point of principle. I have noticed this event for a few years now, and they have a list of really good artists. It is a while since I went to something similar and really fancied going," Grim said.

The "Ladies Night" tour, which this year began Sept. 17 and ends Nov. 20, includes singers Martin Stenmarck, Andreas Johnson and Brolle, and comedian Mans Moller.

The production company behind "Ladies Night" did not reply to a request for comment, The Local said.

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