A disabilities campaigner lambasted her ‘second-class’ treatment at Wireless Festival this weekend as she demanded a refund for the ‘terrible’ organisation.
Londoner Katouche Goll, 25, was carried on her sister’s back between stages as her wheelchair could not move on the arena’s gravel surface.
And when her disability wristband granted Katouche and her companion access to a special stage, a staff member ‘pushed’ them back in an effort to block their entry.
She told MailOnline: ‘They insisted I wasn’t disabled.
‘I had already shown my wristband to a member of staff beforehand, but we were…