Arnie Denied Entry To Gucci Shop In Budapest

  • 17 Aug 2018 9:44 AM
  • Hungary Around the Clock
Arnie Denied Entry To Gucci Shop In Budapest
Actor and ex-Governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger, who is filming the sixth instalment of the Terminator movie series in Hungary, was reportedly refused entry to do some shopping at a luxury boutique on Andrássy útin Budapest.

The tabloid Bors reported that he was walking on Andrássy út in the noon hours with an escort but security guards told him at the entrance to the Gucci shop that he would have to wait as there were too many people inside the store.

The 71-year-old Hollywood film star did not make a scene, but simply walked away.

He did not say “I’ll be back,” Bors adds... 

Instead he's been exploring Budapest by bike, as the video below shows.

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