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Video shows deaf pals protest after zip wire safety ban

A VIDEO shows the moment a group of deaf thrill-seekers protested by sign language after they were banned from the zip wires.

The eight-strong group turned up for a 30th birthday party but were refused entry because they could not understand safety instructions.

Lynda McQueen and her friends claim they are victims of “sickening discrimination” because they requested an interpreter two days earlier.

The video shows the furious women using sign language to vent their anger and penning protest notes to staff at Go Ape, Peebles, Scottish Borders.

The firm has since apologised for turning away the group – just three months after it said sorry for refusing entry to two women in Rugeley, Staffs.

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