First it was the Slip Inn in Sydney and now it’s a popular Brisbane bar but there’s no denying Denmark's Crown Prince Frederik makes headlines when visiting Aussie pubs and bars.
On his most recent trip to Australia the prince has been refused entry into a swanky Brisbane bar because he did not have the required identification to enter the establishment.
The 49-year-old prince and his entourage were caught out by Queensland's tough liquor laws when they were denied entry to Jade Buddha in the CBD.
The prince sailing during the Hamilton Island Race. Source: 7 News
According to reports the incident occurred just before midnight on Friday.
The group were eventually let in to the establishment in the CBD with the help of diplomatic protection officers.
The Crown Prince is in town for a prestigious yachting regatta off the coast of Queensland.
NO GO? Jade Budda took to social media to speak out about the incident. Source: Facebook
The co-owner of the bar, Phil Hogan, told News Corp, “This is just the tip of the iceberg with the Prince. It’s happening all the time with normal people.”
“It’s a stupid law. We always thought it was going to be a nightmare,’’ Mr Hogan told the outlet.
“It’s happening all the time and the whole thing has been a nightmare from a tourist point of view. It’s just a nonsense. It’s a real overreaction.”
Crown Prince Frederik met Aussie Mary Donaldson during the Olympic Games in Sydney in 2000 at a now famous Sydney pub called the Slip Inn.
It's understood Mary didn't make the trip to Australia, instead staying in Demark with her youngest children who recently went back to school.
7 News Online reached out to Jade Budda for comment.