This beautiful Brisbane boy in a typewriter T-shirt was denied entry to an electronics store because "Down Syndrome people look the same". James Milne's sister Victoria told the story on Facebook: "I have never been so disgusted and mad in my life. Today at JB Hi-Fi Mount Ommaney, when my dad and my brother (who has Down Syndrome) entered the store the security guard immediately stepped in front of my brother and said that he wasn't allowed in the store. My dad, confused, asked 'Why not?' and the security guard said that he had my brother's photo and he wasn't allowed in. My dad asked to see the manager and while he is being called, the security guard goes through his phone to find a photo of the young man that they think is my brother. When my dad and the manager are shown a photo of a white male who also had Down Syndrome, my dad says it's clearly not James, who has olive skin, and the manager replied 'Well they look the same'. Despite the evidence that my brother had been mistaken for another young man, the manager still refused to let him in. By this stage James, the sweetest boy who is still in love with The Wiggles and Ben 10, was visibly upset at what was happening and my dad took him home. Mum called up the manager of the store, demanding that he apologise to her son, to which he replied that 'He would never, ever, ever get an apology' from him and that he had 'the right to stop anyone he pleased from entering the store'. Please, if you are also disgusted by the discrimination shown to James, share this and take a stand against bullying and ignorance."