Fri Sep 2, 2016 2:23PM
Protesters hold a sign which reads " Islamophobia is not freedom" outside the French Embassy in London on August 25, 2016 during a "Wear what you want beach party" to demonstrate against the ban on Burkinis on French beaches and to show solidarity with Muslim women. ©AFP
Protesters hold a sign which reads " Islamophobia is not freedom" outside the French Embassy in London on August 25, 2016 during a "Wear what you want beach party" to demonstrate against the ban on Burkinis on French beaches and to show solidarity with Muslim women. ©AFP

Social media users have expressed anger after a video posted online appeared to show two Muslim women in France being told to leave a restaurant by a man, reportedly the boss, who called all Muslims "terrorists".

This action has once again shocked the world as it follows on from a Muslim woman being humiliated last week by French police for wearing a burkini on the beach.