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US News Reviews of Pizza Express Duke of York says he visited suspended

13:50  20 november  2019
13:50  20 november  2019 Source:   news.sky.com

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The Duke of York denied allegations, saying he was at the Pizza Express branch on the day in question (Picture: BBC). The now iconic restaurant – Pizza Express in Woking (Picture: PA). Mrs Giuffre said on the night in question, the prince was ‘profusely sweating’ as they danced at London’s

His claim he was in a branch of Pizza Express on March 10 2001 led to a spate of tongue-in-cheek reviews . The Duke of York would testify under oath ‘if push came to shove’. Prince Andrew described Epstein’s behaviour as ‘unbecoming’. One said : "I can remember every time I have been

a building with a clock on the side of a road: Pizza Express in Woking © Other Pizza Express in Woking TripAdvisor have suspended new reviews for the Pizza Express in Woking which Prince Andrew cited in his interview about his relationship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

Speaking to BBC's Newsnight programme, the prince claimed he was in Pizza Express on a night he is accused of having sex with a 17-year-old girl.

He said: "I was with the children and I'd taken [daughter Princess] Beatrice to a Pizza Express in Woking for a party at, I suppose, sort of 4pm or 5pm in the afternoon."

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In the interview, the Duke of York explained that a visit to the Woking venue on 10 March 18 years ago was his alibi for the allegation that on the same day he had sex with The town’s Pizza Express listing on Google has been inundated with fake reviews since the duke ’s interview aired last night.

Woking Pizza Express became an unlikely focus of attention, with over 100 fake Google reviews of the Surrey During Emily Maitlis' interview with the Duke , he maintained that he had taken his daughter to the 'This branch treats you like royalty'. “It's been quite some time since I visited Pizza Express

Prince Andrew, Duke of York wearing a suit and tie smiling and looking at the camera: Prince Andrew denies accusations he slept with a 17-year-old © Getty Prince Andrew denies accusations he slept with a 17-year-old When asked why he would remember a meal at Pizza Express 18 years later, he said: "Because going to Pizza Express in Woking is an unusual thing for me to do, a very unusual thing for me to do."

Within minutes of his explanation, TripAdvisor and Google were flooded with fake reviews of the Woking restaurant as viewers satirised the duke's comments.

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In reference to the duke's admission that he had a medical condition that meant he was unable to sweat, one reviewer wrote: "Love this place. I had a cracking pizza here in 2001. I remember it was 2001 because it was very strange the guy next to me had an American Hot pizza with extra chillies… not a drop of sweat came off him. Very odd."

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I’d taken Beatrice to Pizza Express in Woking.” Prince Andrew tells @maitlis he was elsewhere the Because he did visit homes of Mr Epstein in New York , in Palm Beach, in the Virgin Islands; and I Lawyer Gloria Allred says Prince Andrew should interview with the FBI to help with investigations into

The Duke of York claims he could not have had sex with a woman who accused him of sleeping with her when she was 17 because he had taken his daughter to Pizza Express in Woking on the But the duke said there was a “slight problem” with that story – claiming he was unable to perspire at the time.

a screenshot of a social media post: Reviews are suspended on the Woking Pizza Express branch page. Pic: TripAdvisor © Other Reviews are suspended on the Woking Pizza Express branch page. Pic: TripAdvisor

Both sites have deleted the prank reviews and any customers or would-be jokers who go to the TripAdvisor page for the Working branch of Pizza Express are now greeted with an alert explaining reviews are suspended.

The message posted at the top of the page in a bright red box reads: "Message from TripAdvisor: Due to a recent event that has attracted media attention and has caused an influx of review submissions that do not describe a first-hand experience, we have temporarily suspended publishing new reviews for this listing.

"If you’ve had a firsthand experience at this property, please check back soon - we’re looking forward to receiving your review!"

It comes as BT and three Australian universities joined the list of organisations distancing themselves from Prince Andrew after his BBC Newsnight interview.

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