The Crown Prince of Denmark Not Allowed Into Australian Bar


Members of a royal family don’t usually have to worry about getting into exclusive parties or bars, but Prince Frederik of Denmark learned the hard way that even royals aren’t above the law.

The 49-year-old prince and heir to the Danish throne tried to enter Jade Buddha Bar in Brisbane, Australia, on Friday night, but didn’t have ID.

According to the bar’s co-owner Phil Hogan, the prince’s undercover security detail told bouncers that that they couldn’t disclose his identity when asked who he was.

The Prince and his escorts left, then returned 15 minutes later with acceptable proof of his identity. When the bouncers finally let him and his entourage in, Prince Frederik continued to play it cool.


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