Gay couple slams Cape Town hotel for ‘awkward moment’ during check in

Gay couple slams Cape Town hotel for ‘awkward moment’ during check in

- Brent and Andrew were checking in at a hotel in Cape Town

- They claim they had to ask staff 3 times to allow them to check in together

- They say this made them feel weird and awkward

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A South African gay couple has slammed Cape Town's Marriot Hotel Crystal Towers for allegedly making them feel "awkward" and "weird" during check in.

Andrew Ross shared their experience on Twitter on Wednesday, Briefly.co.za learned. He said he and Brent Lindeque are engaged and have been together for 10 years.

However, he claimed they had to ask staff at the hotel three times to allow them to check into a room together.

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Brent echoed Andrew's sentiments on his Twitter profile. He said the experience made him really sad.

He asserted that "love is love" and didn't understand why they were allegedly made to feel "weird" for wanting to check in together.

In a subsequent tweet, Andrew revealed that they are even considering switching hotels.

It's unclear whether Marriot Hotel Crystal Towers has responded to Brent and Andrew's claims or not.

However, the couple's Twitter followers have expressed support for them. See some of their reactions below.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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