Denmark jails 'racist' pizza man A Danish pizzeria owner has gone to jail for refusing to pay a fine imposed after he barred German and French customers from his restaurant. Aage Bjerre acted in protest against the French and German governments' opposition to the US-led war in Iraq. He will now serve an eight-day sentence at a minimum security prison, the Associated Press reports. "I'm doing it to show my sympathy with the United States," he said. He refused to pay a 5,000-kroner (£461;$800) fine. In June 2003 a Danish court convicted of him of racial discrimination. The 46-year-old was forced to sell his pizzeria on the western island of Fanoe after repeated vandalism and a plunge in sales. In February 2003 he had put up signs at his pizzeria with bars through the images of people coloured in the French and German flags. He also reprinted his menus without German translations. The island is a popular spot with tourists from neighbouring Germany, but there are few French visitors to Fanoe, which has a year-round population of 3,300.