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A Marlow pub manager says a customer who harassed TV presenter Beth Fisher at the weekend "will not be welcome at our venue again" amid a huge Twitter storm over the shocking incident. 

ITV sports reporter and former Welsh hockey athlete Beth was at the Chequers on Saturday night enjoying a catch-up with her best friend when the pair were reportedly harassed and discriminated against by another patron.

Beth said they were persistently harassed and touched inappropriately by another man in the pub - and Beth used her Twitter platform to urge everyone to call out such behaviour because it is “happening bloody everywhere”.

The incident was branded “disgusting” by horrified Twitter users. One said: “Totally unacceptable behaviour. The bar manager should have asked him to leave.”

Ross Phillips, general manager at the Chequers in the High Street, said the male customer in question will not be allowed back after the incident. 

He told the Bucks Free Press: "There was an incident on Saturday evening where I intervened to move a customer away from another table in our bar area.

"The male customer who was moved wasn’t offered any more drinks and left our premises shortly after I intervened. He will not be welcome at our venue again.

"We want all of our customers to feel safe when visiting us. We continue to encourage anyone who doesn’t to speak to a member of our team.

"Following on from this incident, we are reissuing training to all of our team members to ensure we have a zero-tolerance policy for guests who act in an inappropriate manner towards other guests or team members.”

While the Bucks Free Press has not yet been able to verify the identity of the man in question ourselves, Marlow Football Club said in a statement: "We have been made aware of some comments made on social media over the weekend regarding an individual connected with the club.

"The club will review the comments and then proceed with any action deemed necessary following that review. 

"The club will not be making any further comment at this time. 

"At the very least, until the above process has been completed." 

On Twitter, Mark Bartley, manager of Marlow FC, said the behaviour of the man was "abhorrent".