The police are looking into a guesthouse that offers right-wing guests a discount, iDnes.cz reported on Wednesday. The penzion, which is located in the Krkonoše Mountains, first came to public attention earlier this year when its co-owner, Agnieszka Pallová, refused to allow President Miloš Zeman, who is a socialist, to stay there. She was questioned on Tuesday on suspicion of inciting hatred toward a group of persons and curtailing their rights and freedoms, the news site said.
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