A Sikh law student in the UK felt victimised for being dragged out of a bar because he was wearing a turban. Amrik Singh, 22, claimed that he was ordered to leave Rush Late Bar in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, UK, recently for wearing his religious headgear. Singh was told that the bar had a no headwear policy. He tried to explain to a bouncer who approached him that the turban protected his hair and was part of his religion. But his pleas were ignored - and he was dragged away from his friends before being removed from the venue. Singh was also allegedly told he was not allowed to come in a pub and drink anyway. Singh and his parents were born in Britain and all uphold British values. The management has apologised and said the staff involved faced suspension pending an investigation.