This Dublin cafe wants a DOCTOR’S note if you ask for gluten-free

While many people suffer from an actual gluten intolerance, others have been clinging onto a gluten-free diet as their current health fad.

With an increase of gluten-free food in demand, many cafes and restaurants have had to update or add on to their menus, but one particular cafe is having none if it anymore.

The White Moose Cafe in Dublin posted on their Facebook wall this morning, saying that they now require you to show a doctor's note if you ask for a gluten free meal.

It read: "This morning a girl asked us if we did gluten-free pancakes and when we asked her if she was a coeliac, she didn’t even know what the word meant and then proceeded to order regular, gluten-rich pancakes anyway.

"From now on, guests who demand gluten-free food are required to produce a doctor’s note which states that you suffer from coeliac disease. Guests following a gluten-free fad, who don’t even know what gluten is, can cop the f*ck on and eat regular food like everybody else."

However, it's making a lot of people angry. BUT WAIT UNTIL YOU READ THE COMMENTS! We don't like to bad mouth but the cafe is being SO rude:

Holy ham!