Gay couple in Christian hotel was a setup

It was revealed that the gay couple trying to sue the Christian couple from Cornwall for their "no unmarried people in one bed" policy was a setup.

It was revealed that the gay couple trying to sue the Christian couple from Cornwall for their “no unmarried people in one bed” policy was a setup. The two gays Martyn Hall and Steven Preddy now want ¬£5,000 in damages from Peter and Hazelmary Bull, they claimed the couple discriminated against them.

Peter and Hazelmary run the Chymorvah Private Hotel in Cornwall and they deny the attack. The court heard that the entire booking by Pretty and Martyn was a setup.

The Christian couple has backup however, they have their legal fees funded by the Christian Institute whereas Martyn and Steven also has legal sponsorship from the Equality and Human Rights Commission.

The ruling will show exactly where Christian businesses stand in a ever threatening British society where religious freedom has to stand down to 1% of the population.

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