Hotel chain bans Vuvuzelas

June 21st, 2010 - 8:23 pm ICT by Aishwarya Bhatt  

vuvu London, Jun 21 (THAINDIAN NEWS) A hotel chain in the United Kingdom has banned the plastic horns used by the World Cup revelers, which is known as the vuvuzelas. The hotel chain – Premier Inn is very concerned about their guests and don’t want them to suffer from the loud blaring sound of the vuvuzelas, so they have simply gone ahead and banned them.

The officials at the Premier Inn said that they had no option but to ban it, after many people took blowed it, while they were watching the England and Algeria match on Friday. The other customers in the hotel were disturbed a lot, and their sleep was also affected due to the loud noise of the vuvuzelas, so the hotel chain went ahead and banned it.

According to a spokeswoman of the hotel chain, “At the Newcastle Central hotel last night fans were blowing the horns in the bar during the match and right outside the hotel as they left to go on to clubs and bars. They were causing such a racket the manager himself was kept awake.”

Meanwhile there also has been a big hue and cry from people in South Africa itself to ban it. Due to the loud noise of the instrument there is a constant din in the stadium, which not only affects the other fans and the broadcasters but the players on the field as well. The concentration of the players is also affected due to the constant din.

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