David Cameron ‘banned’ from duty free shop

    David Cameron banned from duty-free shop

    Although he’s developed a taste for Bruichladdich Organic single malt from the island of Islay, David Cameron won’t be buying any duty-free whisky at Vladivostok Airport, according to a sign prominently displayed outside the duty-free shop.

    The Prime Minister, along with US president Barack Obama and German chancellor Angela Merkel – both partial to a beer or two –  have all been banned from buying duty-free at the airport in the eastern Russian city.

    Written in English, the sign is on show at the entrance of the Vladivostok Duty-Free shop and advises Mr Cameron and a number of western leaders that they are not welcome in the shop and will not be attended to.

    The sign was posted on Instagram by writer Michael Idov and seems to be in response to European leaders threatening further sanctions if Russia fails to withdraw forces from the Ukraine within a week.

    Thankfully Mr Cameron can still rely on Bargain Booze …