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THE news item about the Gymkhana Club disallowing entry to a high ranking Bhutanese monk on the ground that he was wearing a tunic and sandals, which is the formal dress of the Bhutanese court, has raised many an eyebrow. But this is not uncommon.

For example, the dress code followed by the Sugar Hut Village Night Club, an exclusive club in the heart of Essex, has a different dress code for every day of the week. On Fridays, people wearing baseball caps, hooded tops, polo shirts, ripped clothes, Timberland style boots and shorts are a definite no, no.
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