In the Guardian, amongst others: Basically, they took him to one side and told him to remove his hood or leave the store. He replied that it was part of his 'religion', and that he didn't feel that he should have to. Apparently he was belittled and felt emotionally traumatised, and is now considering legal action for religious discrimination. Now we can all have a giggle at 'Jedis', but do Tesco ask Muslims to remove their hijabs and burkas? I doubt it. Your thoughts?