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5th Nov '17 8:48:40 PM DarkChirano
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* Russia will not have an entry in the 2017 Series/EurovisionSongContest because the singer they chose to enter, Yulia Samoylova, is barred from entering the host country, Ukraine, due to traveling to Crimea via Russia, who had annexed that region. [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement And that is all we will say about that.]]

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* [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement Russia will not have an entry in in]] the 2017 Series/EurovisionSongContest because the singer they chose to enter, Yulia Samoylova, is barred from entering the host country, Ukraine, due to traveling to Crimea via Russia, who had annexed that region. [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement And that is all we will say about that.]]
region.
1st Nov '17 3:03:59 AM Vir
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' episode "Blendin's Game", Grunkle Stan reveals a NoodleIncident where he tried to have Soos' Birthday removed from calendars, which caused him to be deemed a flight hazard and barred from airplanes. "A Tale of Two Stans" shows that his various scams and swindles have gotten him chased out of at least twenty states.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' episode "Blendin's Game", Grunkle Stan reveals a NoodleIncident where he tried to have Soos' Birthday birthday removed from calendars, which caused him to be deemed a flight hazard and barred from airplanes. "A Tale of Two Stans" shows that his various scams and swindles have gotten him chased out of at least twenty states.
28th Oct '17 4:58:11 PM thatother1dude
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** In "Serious Steven", Steven is banned from the rides at Funland "forever" after accidentally destroying some of them [[spoiler:although as of "Too Short to Ride", this ban has apparently been lifted]].

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** In "Serious Steven", Steven is banned from the rides at Funland "forever" after accidentally destroying some of them [[spoiler:although as of them. By "Too Short to Ride", Ride" (well over an in-show year later), this ban has apparently been lifted]].lifted.
15th Sep '17 7:00:16 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''Fallout'':

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* ''Fallout'':''VideoGame/Fallout'':
14th Sep '17 9:00:51 PM ardenwinter
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* In ''Literature/MortalInstruments'' with Magnus Bane. It is referred to several times that Magnus is banned from entering Peru, however we never find out why in the original series. After the side-series ''The Bane Chronicles'' was published, fans thought that they would uncover the events after the reveal of the chapter entitled "What Really Happened in Peru", but it's still never revealed. In fact, Magnus himself has no idea why he's been declared ''persona non grata'' by the High Council of Peruvian Warlocks.
2nd Aug '17 4:18:29 AM DeadpanLeap
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The trope name is [[AltumVidetur Latin]] for "unwelcome person".[[note]]The plural, incidentally, is ''personae non gratae'' -- useful to know if you want to be precise.[[/note]] In RealLife, it acts as a legal term referring to a person who is not permitted to enter another person's domain, often an entire country. It's most often applied to [[AssInAmbassador diplomats]] -- since they enjoy DiplomaticImmunity, they often cannot be charged with a crime, but they can be kicked out of the country (and get their immunity revoked if they come back). A member of the general public can also be declared ''persona non grata'' at a specific establishment; these people may face trespassing charges if they attempt to return.

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The trope name is [[AltumVidetur Latin]] for "unwelcome person".[[note]]The plural, incidentally, is ''personae non gratae'' -- useful to know if you want to be precise.[[/note]] In RealLife, it acts as a legal term referring to a person who is not permitted to enter another person's domain, often an entire country. It's most often applied to [[AssInAmbassador diplomats]] -- since they enjoy DiplomaticImmunity, diplomatic immunity, they often cannot be charged with a crime, but they can be kicked out of the country (and get their immunity revoked if they come back). A member of the general public can also be declared ''persona non grata'' at a specific establishment; these people may face trespassing charges if they attempt to return.
31st Jul '17 7:44:24 PM CybranGeneralSturm
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You, possibly along with your [[TrueCompanions merry band of travelers]], have found a nice place to hang out. Maybe it's a nice bar, a seaside town, or a resort planet. But then... things happened. You may not have ''meant'' for bad stuff to go down, but sometimes events are beyond your control. There might have been [[GoneSwimmingClothesStolen nudity]], [[WeComeInPeaceShootToKill violence]], StuffBlowingUp, [[IntoxicationEnsues certain]] or [[EverybodyMustGetStoned substances]] imbibed or smoked. You might have started a revolution, or [[MikeNelsonDestroyerOfWorlds unwittingly destroyed the place]]. And the locals aren't happy.

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You, possibly along with your [[TrueCompanions merry band of travelers]], have found a nice place to hang out. Maybe it's a nice bar, a seaside town, or a resort planet. But then... things happened. You may not have ''meant'' for bad stuff to go down, but sometimes events are beyond your control. There might have been [[GoneSwimmingClothesStolen nudity]], [[WeComeInPeaceShootToKill violence]], StuffBlowingUp, [[IntoxicationEnsues certain]] or [[EverybodyMustGetStoned substances]] imbibed or smoked. You might have started a revolution, or [[MikeNelsonDestroyerOfWorlds unwittingly destroyed the place]]. And the locals aren't happy.
31st Jul '17 7:39:42 PM GoldenSeals
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[[AC:"Banned From Argo" redirects here. For the FilkSong, see Music/BannedFromArgo.]]

->''"When we pulled into Argo Port in need of R&R,\\

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[[AC:"Banned From from Argo" redirects here. For the FilkSong, see Music/BannedFromArgo.]]

->''"When ->''When we pulled into Argo Port in need of R&R,\\



But Argo doesn't want us anymore ..."''
-->-- Leslie Fish & the Dehorn Crew, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7mK79i0tF8 "Banned from Argo"]]

You, possibly along with your [[TrueCompanions merry band of travelers]], have found a nice place to hang out. Maybe it's a nice bar, a seaside town, or a resort planet. But then... things happened. You may not have ''meant'' for bad stuff to go down, but sometimes events are beyond your control. There might have been [[GoneSwimmingClothesStolen nudity]], [[WeComeInPeaceShootToKill violence]], [[StuffBlowingUp stuff]] [[ImpressivePyrotechnics blowing]] [[ANuclearError up]], [[IntoxicationEnsues certain]] [[EverybodyMustGetStoned substances]] may have been imbibed/smoked, and whoops, you just started a revolution. Possibly, your name is {{Mike Nelson|DestroyerOfWorlds}}, in which case you're probably screwed.

Whatever happened, you're never allowed back there. '''EVER'''. Nor is anyone on your crew, any of your family, nor anyone connected with you in any way shape or form.

The trope name itself is Latin for "an unwelcome person." The plural is ''personae non gratae''. It is the commonly used RealLife legal term for anyone not permitted to enter another's domain, especially [[AssInAmbassador diplomats]] (who, because of [[DiplomaticImpunity diplomatic immunity]], often cannot be charged with crimes but can be kicked out of the country -- if they ever return, they will have no protected status and thus may be brought up on charges). The average citizen who enters a place that they have been banned from is generally going to be escorted out by security and/or the police and may face trespassing charges depending on the circumstances.

May or may not be a NoodleIncident. The redheaded stepchild of YouCantGoHomeAgain and TheExile. See also HollywoodRestrainingOrder. May or may not be related to BannedInChina. Video games with a KarmaMeter or {{Alliance Meter}}s may impose this on a player at certain locations as part of VideoGameCrueltyPunishment or for plot-related reasons.

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But Argo doesn't want us anymore ..."''
anymore''
-->-- Leslie '''Leslie Fish & and the Dehorn Crew, Crew''', [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7mK79i0tF8 "Banned from Argo"]]

You, possibly along with your [[TrueCompanions merry band of travelers]], have found a nice place to hang out. Maybe it's a nice bar, a seaside town, or a resort planet. But then... things happened. You may not have ''meant'' for bad stuff to go down, but sometimes events are beyond your control. There might have been [[GoneSwimmingClothesStolen nudity]], [[WeComeInPeaceShootToKill violence]], [[StuffBlowingUp stuff]] [[ImpressivePyrotechnics blowing]] [[ANuclearError up]], StuffBlowingUp, [[IntoxicationEnsues certain]] or [[EverybodyMustGetStoned substances]] may imbibed or smoked. You might have been imbibed/smoked, and whoops, you just started a revolution. Possibly, your name is {{Mike Nelson|DestroyerOfWorlds}}, in which case revolution, or [[MikeNelsonDestroyerOfWorlds unwittingly destroyed the place]]. And the locals aren't happy.

So
you're probably screwed.

Whatever happened, you're never
not allowed to come back there. '''EVER'''. Nor is anyone on ''Ever.'' Not you, nor your crew, nor any of your family, nor anyone connected with you in any way shape way, shape, or form.

form. You pissed them off that much.

The trope name itself is Latin [[AltumVidetur Latin]] for "an unwelcome person." The plural "unwelcome person".[[note]]The plural, incidentally, is ''personae non gratae''. It is the commonly used RealLife gratae'' -- useful to know if you want to be precise.[[/note]] In RealLife, it acts as a legal term for anyone referring to a person who is not permitted to enter another's another person's domain, especially often an entire country. It's most often applied to [[AssInAmbassador diplomats]] (who, because of [[DiplomaticImpunity diplomatic immunity]], -- since they enjoy DiplomaticImmunity, they often cannot be charged with crimes a crime, but they can be kicked out of the country -- (and get their immunity revoked if they ever return, they will have no protected status and thus may be brought up on charges). The average citizen who enters a place that they have been banned from is generally going to be escorted out by security and/or come back). A member of the police and general public can also be declared ''persona non grata'' at a specific establishment; these people may face trespassing charges depending on if they attempt to return.

In fiction, this label is often PlayedForLaughs and explained as a NoodleIncident -- if it was bad enough (and funny enough) to lead to this result, it would be most outrageous in
the circumstances.

May or may not be a NoodleIncident.
reader's imagination. The redheaded stepchild of related tropes YouCantGoHomeAgain and TheExile.TheExile tend to be played more seriously. See also HollywoodRestrainingOrder. May or may not be related to BannedInChina. Video games with a KarmaMeter or {{Alliance Meter}}s may impose this on a player at certain locations as part of VideoGameCrueltyPunishment or for plot-related reasons.



* A kayak.com commercial shows a middle-aged man gloomily [[MajorMinorInconvenience searching multiple travel sites one by one]] because he's banned from using the one-stop search engine. Cue {{Flashback}} of him bullying the site's creator back in (judging from their hair and outfits) TheSeventies.

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* A kayak.com commercial shows a middle-aged man gloomily [[MajorMinorInconvenience searching multiple travel sites one by one]] one]], because he's banned from using the one-stop search engine. Cue {{Flashback}} of him bullying the site's creator back in (judging from their hair and outfits) TheSeventies.



* Has happened to the ''LightNovel/DirtyPair'' on at least two occasions. They go off on leave to some distant resort with plans to lounge on the beach, but while they're there [[BusmansHoliday they inevitably get drawn into some sort of illicit intrigue]] and wind up causing massive destruction in their attempts to stop it.
** Other times, this can't happen as the place that would've banned them ''no longer exists''.
* Something like this happened to the original ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross''. A freak accident causes them to be banned from [[strike:Utah]] [[strike:the USA]] ''the Earth''. This is after they spend several episodes getting back to Earth ''[[ShaggyDogStory through the defense of the Zentraedi]]''.
* The plot of Manga/KarateShoukoushiKohinataMinoru is kicked off because the eponymous character has been banned from all functions of his school's gymnastics club, and needs somewhere to live now that he can't stay at their dorms.
* In the second season of ''Franchise/CodeGeass'', Zero becomes declared a ''Persona Non Grata'' by the Britannian government, in exchange for the emancipation of one million Japanese. This, however, turns out to be a ploy to disguise those one million Japanese as Zero, getting them '''''all''''' exiled.[[note]]It was all a ploy to get himself and his Black Knights (hidden among the exiles) out of the country so he wouldn't get his peace-loving sister involved (recently installed as the local viceroy) while he continued his campaign elsewhere.[[/note]]
* This is ''Anime/YesPrettyCure5'''s Nozomi Yumehara's big problem and biggest distinguishing feature from the other leader Cures: her clumsiness has caused her to be tossed out of every school club. Rin takes great glee in mentioning the fact that her fastest booting was a NoodleIncident in the DramaClub: out the door in two days.

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* Has This has happened to the ''LightNovel/DirtyPair'' on at least two occasions. They go off on leave to some distant resort with plans to lounge on the beach, but while they're there there, [[BusmansHoliday they inevitably get drawn into some sort of illicit intrigue]] and wind up causing massive destruction in their attempts to stop it.
** Other times, this
it. It's better than what usually happens, when they can't happen as go back because the place that would've banned them ''no no longer exists''.
exists.
* Something like this happened to the original ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross''. A freak accident causes them to be banned from [[strike:Utah]] [[strike:the USA]] ''the Earth''. Earth. This is after they spend several episodes getting back to Earth ''[[ShaggyDogStory [[ShaggyDogStory through the defense of the Zentraedi]]''.
Zentraedi]].
* The plot of Manga/KarateShoukoushiKohinataMinoru is kicked ''Manga/KarateShoukoushiKohinataMinoru'' kicks off because when the eponymous character has been is banned from all functions of his school's gymnastics club, club and needs somewhere to live now that he can't stay at their dorms.
* In the second season of ''Franchise/CodeGeass'', Zero becomes is declared a ''Persona Non Grata'' ''persona non grata'' by the Britannian government, in exchange for the emancipation of one million Japanese. This, however, turns out to be a ploy to disguise those one million Japanese as Zero, getting them '''''all''''' exiled.[[note]]It was all a ploy ''all'' exiled. The whole plan turned out to be [[spoiler:to get himself and his Black Knights (hidden Knights, hidden among the exiles) exiles, out of the country so he wouldn't get his peace-loving sister involved (recently installed as the local viceroy) while he continued his campaign elsewhere.[[/note]]
country]].
* This In ''Anime/YesPrettyCure5'', this is ''Anime/YesPrettyCure5'''s Nozomi Yumehara's big problem and biggest distinguishing feature from the other leader Cures: her clumsiness has caused her to be tossed out of every school club. Rin takes great glee in mentioning the fact that her fastest booting was a NoodleIncident in that got her kicked out of the DramaClub: out the door in DramaClub after only two days.



* In ''ComicStrip/KnightsOfTheDinnerTable'', Nitro Ferguson got banned from [=GaryCon=] after his D-Day game ran amok even more spectacularly than games in [=KoDT=] usually do.

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* In ''ComicStrip/KnightsOfTheDinnerTable'', Nitro Ferguson got gets banned from [=GaryCon=] after his D-Day game ran runs amok even more spectacularly than games in [=KoDT=] ''[=KoDT=]'' usually do.



-->'''Walden:''' "Great Clans of Mud Bay, I have called this gathering in the Poochy's Last Stand pet cemetery for one reason!"
-->'''Goth:''' "Because Beef-A-Roo won't let us gather there anymore?"
-->'''Walden:''' "APART FROM THAT!"
* Implied in the Halloween party arc in ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'' when Paige [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome stands up to two party crashers]] who were prepared to kill Peter for not having beer at the party:
-->'''Paige Fox:''' My friend over there is on the phone with the cops right now, so I suggest you and your party-crashing pals go back to wherever you came from.\\
'''Big Party Crasher:''' That might be tricky -- That place called the cops, too.
** Also, the final panel for this strip:
-->'''Peter Fox:''' Dad, did you ever have to pull an all-nighter studying for a test?\\
'''Roger Fox:''' A few times, sure.\\
'''Peter Fox:''' What was your secret? How did you stay awake?\\
'''Roger Fox:''' ''(hand on mouth, thinking)'' Well, I'd drink coffee... Splash cold water on my face... ''(outstreches his palms)'' And if that didn't work, I'd play really loud music.\\
''[[GilliganCut (cut to Roger and Andy's bedroom, with large music notes on the top, Andy groggily irritated, and Roger looking at a watch)]]''\\
'''Andy Fox:''' Did you also tell him why you were expelled from three fraternities?\\
'''Roger Fox:''' Calm down. We'd be waking up in a few hours anyway.
* One Franchise/ArchieComics story has the gang try, for the sake of variety, to have lunch some place other than Pops'. In each place they try they end up getting booted out due to their personal flaws and character quirks, until the only eatery left is Pops'.

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-->'''Walden:''' "Great Great Clans of Mud Bay, I have called this gathering in the Poochy's Last Stand pet cemetery for one reason!"
-->'''Goth:''' "Because
reason!\\
'''Goth:''' Because
Beef-A-Roo won't let us gather there anymore?"
-->'''Walden:''' "APART FROM THAT!"
anymore?\\
'''Walden:''' ''Apart from that!''
* ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'':
**
Implied in the Halloween party arc in ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'' when Paige [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome stands up to two party crashers]] crashers who were prepared to kill Peter for not having beer at the party:
-->'''Paige Fox:''' --->'''Paige:''' My friend over there is on the phone with the cops right now, so I suggest you and your party-crashing pals go back to wherever you came from.\\
'''Big Party Crasher:''' That might be tricky -- That that place called the cops, too.
** Also, the final panel Peter asks Roger for this strip:
-->'''Peter Fox:''' Dad, did you ever have
advice on how to pull an all-nighter studying for a test?\\
'''Roger Fox:''' A few times, sure.\\
'''Peter Fox:''' What was your secret? How did you stay awake?\\
'''Roger Fox:''' ''(hand on mouth, thinking)'' Well, I'd drink coffee... Splash cold water on my face... ''(outstreches his palms)'' And if
all-nighter, and Roger says that didn't work, I'd one thing he'd do in college was play really loud music.\\
''[[GilliganCut (cut
music to keep him awake. Cut to Roger and Andy's bedroom, Andy trying to sleep with large loud music notes on in the top, Andy groggily irritated, and Roger looking at a watch)]]''\\
'''Andy Fox:'''
background:
--->'''Andy:'''
Did you also tell him why you were expelled from three fraternities?\\
'''Roger Fox:''' '''Roger:''' Calm down. We'd be waking up in a few hours anyway.
* One Franchise/ArchieComics story has the gang try, for the sake of variety, to have lunch some place other than Pops'. In each place they they, try they end up getting booted out due to their personal flaws and character quirks, until the only eatery left is Pops'.



* Lobo has been banned from both heaven and hell, making him functionally immortal because he will always come back.

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* Lobo has been banned from both heaven and hell, making him functionally immortal because he will always come back.back from whichever afterlife he ends up in.



* In the [[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/6341291/1/Harveste Harveste]] series, the Addamses are banned from Haiti and Indonesia. Gomez has been banned from Africa for an undetermined amount of time, but as of 1995, has at least ten years left on the ban. Grandmama is accepted as a witch doctor in five countries and banned from the rest of the world.

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* In the [[http://www.''[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/6341291/1/Harveste Harveste]] Harveste]]'' series, [[Series/TheAddamsFamily the Addamses Addamses]] are banned from Haiti and Indonesia. Gomez has been banned from Africa for an undetermined amount of time, but as of 1995, has at least ten years left on the ban. Grandmama is accepted as a witch doctor in five countries and banned from the rest of the world.



* In ''Literature/TheSilmarillion'' fanfic ''Fanfic/ABoyAGirlAndADogTheLeithianScript'': After Celegorm and Curufin's scheme to kill [[TheGoodKing Finrod]] succeeds, Finrod's brother Orodreth banished his cousins from his kingdom, and he warned them that if they ever crossed the border again, they would be shot at sight.
-->Your bags are being packed -- and checked for valuables -- as we speak. Whoever wishes to go with you may do so. I don't care where you go, so long as you're out of the realm by sunset. --Don't ever cross the border again, or you will be treated as enemies and shot on sight. At which point it will be on your own heads, being forewarned and far from helpless. There is neither shelter nor friendship for you or your brothers, anywhere in Narog, henceforth. Please try to remember that.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' fanfiction ''I Am Going To Save And/Or Destroy Equestria!'', the protagonist managed to somehow come up with a means by which to, in a nearly foolproof way, turn a measly sum into a few hundred thousand dollars. The casino owner took him aside and explained, quite politely, that he was simply to be put on a blacklist for disrupting the business; Ambrose readily agreed to stop there.

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* In ''Literature/TheSilmarillion'' fanfic ''Fanfic/ABoyAGirlAndADogTheLeithianScript'': After ''Fanfic/ABoyAGirlAndADogTheLeithianScript'', after Celegorm and Curufin's scheme to kill [[TheGoodKing Finrod]] succeeds, Finrod's brother Orodreth banished banishes his cousins from his kingdom, and he warned kingdom. He warns them that if they ever crossed cross the border again, they would be shot at on sight.
-->Your bags are being packed -- and checked for valuables -- as we speak. Whoever wishes to go with you may do so. I don't care where you go, so long as you're out of the realm by sunset. --Don't ever cross the border again, or you will be treated as enemies and shot on sight. At which point it will be on your own heads, being forewarned and far from helpless. There is neither shelter nor friendship for you or your brothers, anywhere in Narog, henceforth. Please try to remember that.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' fanfiction ''I Am Going To to Save And/Or and/or Destroy Equestria!'', the protagonist managed to somehow thinks he's come up with a means by which to, in a nearly foolproof way, plan to turn a measly sum into a few hundred thousand dollars. The dollars -- until the casino owner took takes him aside and explained, quite politely, politely tells him that he was simply to be put he's now on a the blacklist for disrupting the business; Ambrose readily agreed to stop there.business.



* In ''Film/{{Casino}}'', Nicky gets his name in a ''Black Book'' and is banned from the casinos ''because of notorious and unsavory reputation''. [[CassandraTruth Sam warns him beforehand]] but Nicky mocks the issue as the book only has two names and the other is UsefulNotes/AlCapone and continues to generate waves. Then he laments, as the ban hurts his operations.
* After the massive battle that spanned half of Paris in ''Film/GIJoeTheRiseOfCobra'', the Joes are banned from [[CheeseEatingSurrenderMonkeys France]]. Forever.
* ''Film/OBrotherWhereArtThou'': Ulysses gets kicked out of "Woolsworth" [sic] for fighting the man who wants to marry his wife. It's never clarified if it applies to just the store or the entire franchise. Amusingly, when Delmar is relating to Pete the account of what they've been up to since they were separated, this incident is given equal status to their other adventures.

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* In ''Film/{{Casino}}'', Nicky gets his name in a ''Black Book'' and is banned from the casinos ''because because of notorious and unsavory reputation''. reputation. [[CassandraTruth Sam warns him beforehand]] beforehand]], but Nicky mocks the issue issue, as the book only has two names and the (the other of which is UsefulNotes/AlCapone UsefulNotes/AlCapone) and continues to generate waves. Then he laments, as the ban hurts his operations.
* After the massive battle that spanned half of Paris in ''Film/GIJoeTheRiseOfCobra'', the Joes are banned from [[CheeseEatingSurrenderMonkeys France]]. Forever.
France]] forever.
* ''Film/OBrotherWhereArtThou'': Ulysses gets kicked out of "Woolsworth" [sic] ''(sic)'' for fighting the man who wants to marry his wife. It's never clarified if it applies to just the store or the entire franchise. Amusingly, when Delmar is relating to Pete the account of what they've been up to since they were separated, this incident is given equal status to their other adventures.



* ''Film/RainMan'': The casinos don't know exactly how Raymond did it, but he and his brother are told to take their winnings and never return; also not to try this anywhere else because now their reputation shall precede them everywhere they go.
* Obliquely used in ''Film/TheReturnOfTheLivingDead'': "No, we can't: the cops said they'd ''shoot'' us if we go back to the park."

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* ''Film/RainMan'': The casinos don't know exactly how Raymond did it, but he and his brother are told to take their winnings and never return; return -- and also not to try this it anywhere else else, because now their reputation shall precede them everywhere they go.
* Obliquely used in ''Film/TheReturnOfTheLivingDead'': "No, ''Film/TheReturnOfTheLivingDead'':
-->"No,
we can't: can't -- the cops said they'd ''shoot'' us if we go back to the park."



* ''Film/MisterRoberts''. Having been deprived of shore leave for ages thanks to their tyrannical captain, the crew go nuts when they finally have the opportunity. This gets the USS ''Reluctant'' thrown out of port, and Captain Morton makes sure to get his revenge on the man who engineered their leave, Lt. Roberts.
* ''Film/JohnWickChapter2'' ends with [[spoiler:the titular character]] being declared Excommunicado from the Continental and all the support services they offer for shooting [[spoiler:the BigBad]] in the Continental's lounge in violation of the hotel's TruceZone status. Which is very bad news for him, considering the $14 million open contract that had just been placed on his head.

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* ''Film/MisterRoberts''. Having In ''Film/MisterRoberts'', having been deprived of shore leave for ages thanks to their tyrannical captain, the crew go nuts when they finally have the opportunity. This gets the USS ''Reluctant'' thrown out of port, and port. Captain Morton makes sure to get his revenge on the man who engineered their leave, Lt. Roberts.
* ''Film/JohnWickChapter2'' ends with [[spoiler:the titular eponymous character]] being declared Excommunicado from the Continental and all the support services they offer for shooting [[spoiler:the BigBad]] in the Continental's lounge in violation of the hotel's TruceZone status. Which is very bad news for him, considering the $14 million open contract that had just been placed on his head.



* In an episode of ''Series/{{Entourage}}'', Johnny Drama reveals that he is banned forever from the Playboy Mansion because Hugh Hefner believed he released his monkeys from their cage. Johnny gets readmitted when he and Ralph Macchio figure out it was actually Pauly Shore who did it and [[LaserGuidedKarma Pauly gets banned from the Playboy Mansion once the truth comes out]].
* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E2ToothAndClaw Tooth and Claw]]", the Doctor and Rose are banned from Great Britain by UsefulNotes/QueenVictoria. Not that he cares.
** Further episodes cemented his dismal diplomatic track record with multiple British queens.
** His homeworld of Gallifrey is ''rarely'' happy to see him. Rassilon's usual "greeting" for The Doctor is showing up with a firing squad and execution papers.

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* In an episode of ''Series/{{Entourage}}'', Johnny Drama reveals that he is banned forever from the Playboy Mansion because Hugh Hefner believed he released his monkeys from their cage. Johnny gets readmitted when he and Ralph Macchio figure out it was actually Pauly Shore who did it it, and [[LaserGuidedKarma Pauly gets banned from the Playboy Mansion once the truth comes out]].
* In ''Series/DoctorWho'', the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode Doctor has been travelling through space and time for a long time now, and he's a total magnet for adventure, so it's no surprise that not everyone's happy to see him:
** His homeworld of Gallifrey is very rarely happy to see him. Rassilon's usual "greeting" is a firing squad and execution papers.
** He doesn't have a great track record with his adopted home of Britain, either, having had tense diplomatic relationships with many of its monarchs, most of them queens (and one of whom he married). In
"[[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E2ToothAndClaw Tooth and Claw]]", the Doctor and Rose are formally banned from Great Britain by UsefulNotes/QueenVictoria. Not that he cares.
** Further episodes cemented his dismal diplomatic track record with multiple British queens.
** His homeworld of Gallifrey is ''rarely'' happy to see him. Rassilon's usual "greeting" for The Doctor is showing up with a firing squad and execution papers.
cares.



* ''Series/FamilyMatters'': A recurring gag throughout the series' run, at least during Seasons 2-6, when the Winslows wanted Urkel to leave. It was always temporary, of course, but it followed the same formula: Urkel would get on the Winslow's nerves (usually Carl's), Carl would tell the nerd to go home, Urkel would persist, the formula would repeat two or three more times before Carl finally says: "Steve, go home! Go home, go home, GO HOME!" Urkel then obliges: "I don't have to take this. I'm going home!"
** One time, the formula wasn't so funny. It was the Season 3 episode "Words Hurt," where Urkel accidentally breaks Carl's meticulously crafted model ship (sitting prone on the kitchen table) and turns in into a useless piece of junk. Carl -- who had worked for four months to put it together, is not happy to say the least, and this time, he's serious when he tells Urkel to leave and never return. Urkel stands outside the door silently for a few minutes while Carl vents to Laura about how he is an irksome pest that he doesn't want to know or see ever again. Reversed when Harriette and Rachel make Carl see that what he did was totally uncalled for.

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* ''Series/FamilyMatters'': A recurring gag throughout the series' run, at least during Seasons 2-6, In ''Series/FamilyMatters'', one way to deal with [[TheThingThatWouldNotLeave Urkel]] when he got on the Winslows wanted Winslows' nerves was to declare him ''persona non grata'' and boot him out of the house. It usually ended with Carl bellowing at Urkel to leave. It was always temporary, of course, but it followed the same formula: [[GetOut GO HOME!]] (and Urkel would not to get on the Winslow's nerves (usually Carl's), Carl would tell the nerd to go home, Urkel would persist, the formula would repeat two or three more times before Carl finally says: "Steve, go home! Go home, go home, GO HOME!" Urkel then obliges: message and declare, "I don't have to take this. this -- I'm going home!"
** One time,
home!"). It was usually PlayedForLaughs and never [[SnapBack lasted beyond the formula wasn't so funny. It end of the episode]]. The one time it was played seriously was the Season 3 episode "Words Hurt," Hurt", where Carl kicks out Urkel accidentally breaks Carl's meticulously crafted model ship (sitting prone on the kitchen table) and turns in into a useless piece of junk. Carl -- who had worked for four months to put it together, is not happy to say the least, and this time, he's serious when he tells Urkel to leave and never return. Urkel stands outside the door silently for a few minutes while Carl vents to Laura about how he is an irksome pest that he doesn't want to know or see ever again. Reversed when Harriette and Rachel make Carl see that what he did was absolutely totally uncalled for.for real, leaving Urkel crushed and Carl berated for his callousness.



* Newark, NJ mayor Cory Booker put Creator/ConanOBrien on the "No Fly List" after Conan made a disparaging joke about his city. Conan soon after banned Cory from Burbank Airport, to which Cory retaliated by banning Conan from the entire state of New Jersey, as well as Newark's sister cities around the world. Conan subsequently banned Cory from California. As later revealed, this was all staged.
* The humorous introductions given for [[TopGear The Stig]] often mention him being banned from some location or event.
* There are a handful of hosts and musical guests on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' who have caused so much trouble backstage (or on the show) that they can never appear on the show again:
** Louise Lasser: Hosted the penultimate episode of Season 1 (1975-76). Creator/LorneMichaels has gone on record in saying that Lasser was incoherent during her performance and wouldn't appear in any sketches unless she was by herself or with Creator/ChevyChase.
** Chevy Chase: Speaking of which, he's banned from hosting (after doing so nine times, the record for a former cast member) due to his {{jerkass}} attitude toward the writers and cast members. He has made cameos in a few episodes, but hasn't hosted since Season 22 (1996-97).
** Creator/MiltonBerle: Hosted the April 14, 1979 episode, and after consistently upstaging other performers, non-stop mugging to the camera, and unscripted performance of "September Rain", Michaels banned him from the show. Berle's episode (along with Lasser's) would not be seen in syndication for twenty years after (and are included in the season DVD sets).
** Creator/StevenSeagal: Hosted the April 20, 1991 episode, and was banned soon afterwards because he had difficulty working with the cast and crew, often pitching lousy sketch ideas and getting angry that none of them were picked. This was referenced in a later episode (September 26, 1992) featuring Creator/NicolasCage, where Lorne Michaels responds to Cage's insistence that his monologue made him look like "the biggest jerk on the show" with the response "No, no. That would be Steven Seagal."
** Martin Lawrence: Hosted the episode that came right after the infamous Alec Baldwin-hosted show with the "Canteen Boy Goes Camping" sketch (where Canteen Boy (Creator/AdamSandler) is [[spoiler: molested by his scoutmaster]]) in 1994 (Season 19), and got himself banned when he launched into a monologue about the decline in women's hygiene. All reruns have cut off Martin's monologue and replaced it with cards that explain why this can never air on TV again.
** Creator/AdrienBrody: Hosted in Season 28 (2002-03) and got himself banned after introducing musical guest Music/SeanPaul in a rude boy Jamaican get-up and ad-libbing. There wasn't any profanity uttered; it was just that Lorne utterly hates unscripted performances. Considering the rest of Season 28 [[note]]which most fans didn't care for due to the absence of Creator/WillFerrell and Creator/JimmyFallon's constant {{Corpsing}}[[/note]], this was actually considered a highlight.
*** It was later revealed that Brody was never banned from the show and this was only a rumor (with Brody even talking about a return appearance in April 2012). Apparently, the rumor was started by none other than Creator/TinaFey (who supposedly hated the idea of having Brody host).
** Musical guest Music/SineadOConnor was banned after ripping up a picture of Pope John Paul II and calling him 'the true enemy' after her second song (the segment was banned as well, save for an appearance on an ''SNL'' DVD special about the show's popular music performances in 25 years. The segment does appear, albeit with Lorne Michaels introducing the piece and telling viewers about the controversy behind it).
** Musical Guest Music/CypressHill (on the season 19 episode hosted by Creator/ShannenDoherty) was banned after DJ Muggs lit a joint on-camera (and trashed their dressing room).
** Musical Guest Music/{{Fear}} (on the season seven episode hosted by Creator/DonaldPleasence, which is also banned for its dark, disgusting humor [[note]] Doesn't help that it was a Halloween episode[[/note]]), after a profanity-laden and set-destroying performance.
** Subverted with Music/ElvisCostello, who was initially banned for playing "Radio Radio" (a song critical of the music publishing establishment, of which NBC certainly was), instead of the planned "Less than Zero" on the season three episode hosted by Miskell Spillman (an elderly woman who [[ContestWinnerCameo won]] ''SNL'''s "Anyone Can Host" contest). He eventually returned to the show in 1987 (appearing on the episode hosted by Creator/MaryTylerMoore), and eventually took part in the show's 25th anniversary celebration by recreating his song switch.

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* Newark, NJ mayor Cory Booker put ''Series/{{Conan}}'' had an (admittedly staged) EscalatingWar along these lines between host Creator/ConanOBrien on the "No Fly List" after and Corey Booker, mayor of Newark, [[{{Joisey}} New Jersey]]. First Conan made a [[PlaceWorseThanDeath disparaging joke about his city. Newark]]. Booker responded by putting Conan soon after banned Cory on the "No Fly List". Conan responded by banning Booker from Burbank Airport, to which Cory retaliated Airport. Booker responded by banning Conan from the entire state of New Jersey, as well as Newark's sister cities around the world. Conan subsequently banned Cory then bans Booker from California. As later revealed, this (The world was all staged.
hitherto unaware of Conan's authority to do so, but weirder things have happened in California.)
* The humorous On ''Series/TopGear'', the Stig's humourous introductions given for [[TopGear The Stig]] often mention him his being banned from some location or event.
event for [[NoodleIncident an unspecified reason]].
* There are a handful of hosts and musical guests on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' who have caused so much trouble trouble, whether backstage (or or on the show) show itself, that they can never appear on the show again:
** Louise Lasser: Hosted Lasser hosted the penultimate episode of Season 1 (1975-76). Creator/LorneMichaels has gone on record in saying that Lasser was incoherent during her performance and wouldn't appear in any sketches unless she was by herself or with Creator/ChevyChase.
** Chevy Chase: Speaking of which, he's Chevy Chase is banned from hosting (after doing so nine times, the record for a former cast member) due to his {{jerkass}} attitude toward the writers and cast members. He has made cameos in a few episodes, but hasn't hosted since Season 22 (1996-97).
** Creator/MiltonBerle: Hosted Creator/MiltonBerle hosted the April 14, 1979 episode, and after where he consistently upstaging upstaged other performers, mugged non-stop mugging to the camera, and gave an unscripted performance of "September Rain", Rain". Michaels banned him from the show. Berle's episode (along with Lasser's) would not be seen show in syndication for twenty years after (and are included in the season DVD sets).
response.
** Creator/StevenSeagal: Hosted Creator/StevenSeagal hosted the April 20, 1991 episode, and was banned soon afterwards because he had difficulty working with the cast and crew, often pitching lousy sketch ideas and getting angry that none of them were picked. This was referenced in a A later episode (September 26, 1992) featuring Creator/NicolasCage, where had Creator/NicolasCage lament to Lorne Michaels responds to Cage's insistence that his monologue made him look like "the biggest jerk on the show" with the response "No, show":
-->'''Michaels:''' No,
no. That would be Steven Seagal."
Seagal.
** Martin Lawrence: Hosted Creator/MartinLawrence hosted an episode in Season 19 (1993-94) where he launched into a graphic monologue about the decline in women's hygiene and has been banned ever since. All reruns cut off Lawrence's monologue and replace it with cards explaining why it can never air on TV again. It doesn't help that this was the episode that came right after immediately following the infamous Alec Baldwin-hosted show with the "Canteen Boy Goes Camping" sketch (where Canteen Boy (Creator/AdamSandler) is [[spoiler: molested by his scoutmaster]]) in 1994 (Season 19), and got himself banned when he launched into a monologue about the decline in women's hygiene. All reruns have cut off Martin's monologue and replaced it with cards that explain why this can never air on TV again.
** Creator/AdrienBrody: Hosted in Season 28 (2002-03) and got himself banned after introducing musical guest Music/SeanPaul in a rude boy Jamaican get-up and ad-libbing. There wasn't any profanity uttered; it was just that Lorne utterly hates unscripted performances. Considering the rest of Season 28 [[note]]which most fans didn't care for due to the absence of Creator/WillFerrell and Creator/JimmyFallon's constant {{Corpsing}}[[/note]], this was actually considered a highlight.
*** It was later revealed that Brody was never banned from the show and this was only a rumor (with Brody even talking about a return appearance in April 2012). Apparently, the rumor was started by none other than Creator/TinaFey (who supposedly hated the idea of having Brody host).
scoutmaster]]).
** Musical guest Music/SineadOConnor was banned after ripping up a picture of Pope John Paul II and calling him 'the "the true enemy' enemy" after her second song (the segment was banned as well, save for an appearance on an ''SNL'' DVD special about the show's popular music performances in 25 years. song. The segment does appear, albeit with Lorne Michaels introducing the piece and telling viewers itself has been banned outside of specific pieces about the controversy behind it).
''SNL'''s most controversial moments.
** Musical Guest guest Music/CypressHill (on the season 19 episode hosted by Creator/ShannenDoherty) was banned after DJ Muggs trashed the dressing room and lit a joint on-camera (and trashed their dressing room).
on-camera.
** Musical Guest Music/{{Fear}} (on the season seven episode hosted by Creator/DonaldPleasence, which is also itself banned for its dark, disgusting humor [[note]] Doesn't help that it humor) was a Halloween episode[[/note]]), banned after a profanity-laden and set-destroying performance.
** Subverted with Music/ElvisCostello, who A couple of people are commonly believed to have been banned but technically aren't:
*** Creator/AdrienBrody hosted in Season 28 (2002-03)
was initially supposedly banned for playing his performance. Some accounts suggest it was for introducing musical guest Music/SeanPaul in a rude-boy Jamaican get-up. Others suggest it was for ad-libbing, as Lorne Michaels utterly hates unscripted performances. It appears that the rumor that he was banned was started by Creator/TinaFey, who apparently hated the idea of his hosting.
*** Music/ElvisCostello was briefly banned after his first appearance in Season 3. He was slated to play "Less than Zero"; instead, he played
"Radio Radio" (a Radio", a song critical of the music publishing establishment, of which NBC certainly was), instead of the planned "Less than Zero" on the season three episode hosted by Miskell Spillman (an elderly woman who [[ContestWinnerCameo won]] ''SNL'''s "Anyone Can Host" contest). He eventually included Creator/{{NBC}}. But his audacity was celebrated; he returned to the show in 1987 (appearing on the episode hosted by Creator/MaryTylerMoore), 1987, and eventually he later took part in the show's 25th anniversary celebration by recreating his song switch.



* In an episode of ''Series/ICarly'', Carly joins an art class after dropping her lessons with Spencer. When Spencer observes the class and freaks out like a jealous ex, ending up in a paint fight with the teacher, the Shay siblings get banned from that building forever. And it's not like they'll forget, because security took their pictures and thumb-prints.
** Sam was banned from participating in beauty pageants for a number of years.
* As recounted in a retrospective episode, the Series/MythBusters are banned from Esparto, California after the finale of the "Knock Your Socks Off" myth, which involved setting off a huge explosion. The problem was that they underestimated just how big the shockwave would be, so it knocked people off sofas, broke windows, set off car alarms, and knocked down ceiling tiles in the town, and a news report erroneously made it sound like the Mythbusters had [[BreadEggsMilkSquick ''leveled the town'']]. As they put it:

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* In an episode of ''Series/ICarly'', Carly joins an art class after dropping her lessons with Spencer. When Spencer observes the class and freaks out like a jealous ex, ending up in a paint fight with the teacher, the Shay siblings get banned from that the building forever. And it's not like they'll forget, because security took their pictures and thumb-prints.
** Sam was
forever.
* The ''Series/MythBusters'' have been occasionally
banned from participating in beauty pageants for places where their "big booms" were a number of years.
* As recounted in a retrospective episode, the Series/MythBusters are
little too big:
** They're
banned from the town of Esparto, California California, after the finale of the "Knock Your Socks Off" myth, which involved setting off a huge explosion. The problem was that where they underestimated just how big the size of the explosion they set off. The shockwave would be, so it knocked people off sofas, broke windows, set off car alarms, and knocked down ceiling tiles in the town, and a town. Not to be outdone, the local news report erroneously made it sound like the Mythbusters [=MythBusters=] had [[BreadEggsMilkSquick ''leveled [[MikeNelsonDestroyerOfWorlds levelled the town'']]. As they put it:town.]]



** While never stated verbatim in any episode, there was a period of time (after the [[GoneHorriblyWrong errant cannonball incident]]) where the [=MythBusters=] tested at a bomb range in ''Yolo'' County instead of the usual bomb range at the Alameda County Sheriff's Facility. Given that the cannonball accident happened ''at'' the Alameda County bomb range, it's not surprising. The [=MythBusters=] have since been allowed back to the Alameda County bomb range.

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** While never stated verbatim in any episode, there was a period of time (after the [[GoneHorriblyWrong errant cannonball incident]]) incident]] there) where the [=MythBusters=] tested at a bomb range in ''Yolo'' County instead of the usual bomb range at were banned from the Alameda County Sheriff's Facility. Given that the cannonball accident happened ''at'' the Alameda County Facility and had to conduct their tests at a bomb range, it's not surprising. The [=MythBusters=] have since been allowed back to the Alameda County bomb range.range in Yolo County.



* Happens to Series/{{Buffy|the Vampire Slayer}}, believe it or not. She heads to Los Angeles for the sole purpose of assassinating Faith, who had sought out Series/{{Angel}} to kill her after realizing if she wasn't a monster then she was very close to being one. Instead he's intent on helping her reform. Buffy attacks Angel, defies him and goes after Faith. Afterwards Angel of all people tells Buffy she is not welcome, she reacts by being upset that Faith wins and escapes justice, despite the fact Faith had turned herself in to face the consequences of her actions.
* Series/{{Monk}} almost ends up this to the San Francisco Police Department in the two-parter pilot episode of Monk due to Monk being forced to let Ian Sykes escape from the police due to a crippling fear of heights (ironically when attempting to stop him himself). Only reason he didn't is because Sharona got Burger to get the SFPD to listen to him again as part of a favor in exchange for getting her to resume working with Monk after he inadvertently ruined her date.
* On ''Series/TwoBrokeGirls'' Caroline Channing is not welcomed at any society functions due to [[SinsOfOurFathers her father cheating thousands of people out of their money]]. When she gets an invitation to a gala and decides to go, she is stopped at the entrance and it is made clear that even though she has a valid invitation she is not going to be let in. It does not help that while she is trying to clear this up, people who lost money in the [[{{Ponzi}} Ponzi scheme]] recognize her and start punching her.
* In one ''Series/{{Law and Order}}'' episode, Jack [=McCoy=] has his new ADA use a friend from Federal Prosecution as a threat to get a criminal to plea out in the lesser State Court. The "friend" was not amused and declared the ADA Persona Non Grata.
* ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'': Barney gets banned temporarily from [=MacClarens=] until he agrees to stop doing magic tricks. Most of the time it involved playing with fire.

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* Happens to Series/{{Buffy|the Vampire Slayer}}, believe it or not. She heads to Los Angeles for the sole purpose of assassinating Faith, who had sought out Series/{{Angel}} to kill her after realizing if she wasn't a monster then she was ''Series/{{Monk}}'' comes very close to being one. Instead he's intent on helping her reform. Buffy attacks Angel, defies him and goes after Faith. Afterwards Angel of all people tells Buffy she is not welcome, she reacts declared ''persona non grata'' by being upset that Faith wins and escapes justice, despite the fact Faith had turned herself in to face the consequences of her actions.
* Series/{{Monk}} almost ends up this to
the San Francisco Police Department in the two-parter pilot episode of Monk due to Monk being forced to let Ian Sykes episode, where he lets a suspect escape from the police due to a because of his crippling fear of heights (ironically when attempting to stop him himself). Only reason he didn't is because Sharona got Burger to get the SFPD to listen to him again as part of a favor in exchange for getting her to resume working with Monk after he inadvertently ruined her date.
heights.
* On ''Series/TwoBrokeGirls'' ''Series/TwoBrokeGirls'', Caroline Channing is not welcomed at any society functions due to [[SinsOfOurFathers her father cheating thousands of people out of their money]]. When she gets an invitation to a gala and decides to go, she is stopped at the entrance and it is made clear that even though she has a valid invitation invitation, she is not going to be let in. It does not help that while she is trying to clear this up, people who lost money in the [[{{Ponzi}} Ponzi scheme]] recognize her and start punching her.
* In one ''Series/{{Law and Order}}'' episode, Jack [=McCoy=] has his new ADA use a friend from Federal Prosecution as a threat to get a criminal to plea out in the lesser State Court. The "friend" was not amused and declared the ADA Persona Non Grata.
''persona non grata''.
* ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'': Barney gets banned temporarily from [=MacClarens=] until he agrees to stop doing magic tricks. Most of the time it his exploits involved playing with fire.



* In the ''Series/MissionImpossible'' episode "The Amateur", the team gets out of a hostile country with the disassembled parts of a stolen secret weapon without getting their belongings searched by disguising themselves as a group of people who had been PNG'd and were trying to get ''in''. They were promptly stopped at Customs and ordered to immediately board the next plane departing the country.
* ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'', in expanding Klingon lore, introduced the concept of "discommendation," which runs this trope a little more literally than the norm. A discommendated Klingon is not treated like a person: more like a thing that is shunned with crossed arms and turned backs. Basically, they are wordlessly saying, "''It'' is not welcome here." Only two have been shown; one ([[spoiler:Worf]]) was eventually reversed due to his contribution to a changeover of power in the Empire. The other was shown in ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Deep Space Nine]]'' and very much justified.

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* In the ''Series/MissionImpossible'' episode "The Amateur", the team gets out of a hostile country with the disassembled parts of has to smuggle a stolen secret weapon without getting their belongings searched out of a hostile country. They do this by disguising themselves as a group of people pretending to be citizens who had been PNG'd declared ''personae non gratae'' and were trying to get ''in''. They were promptly stopped at Customs and ordered to immediately board ''into'' the next country. The customs officers summarily sent them on the first plane departing out of the country.
country without searching them.
* ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'', in expanding Klingon lore, introduced the concept of "discommendation," which runs this trope a little more literally than the norm. A discommendated Klingon is shunned so completely as to not be treated like as a person: more like a thing that is shunned with crossed arms sentient being and turned backs. Basically, they are wordlessly saying, "''It'' is not welcome here." [[ItIsDehumanizing to be referred to as "it"]]. Only two have been shown; cases were ever shown: one ([[spoiler:Worf]]) was eventually reversed due thanks to his contribution to a changeover change of power in the Empire. The Empire, and the other was shown in (shown on ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Deep Space Nine]]'' and Nine]]'') was very much justified.justifiably in his position.



* Ben Wyatt of ''Series/ParksAndRecreation'' was run out of his hometown of Partridge after his short run as the town's mayor ended in disaster due to bankrupting the city trying to build an expensive winter sports complex called Ice Town, and the project was turned into a disparaging nickname for him by the other residents. The episode "Partridge" reveals that even after almost twenty years have passed, the residents still bear a pretty intense grudge over it. Ben ultimately renounces the town, stating Pawnee is his new home now.

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* Ben Wyatt of ''Series/ParksAndRecreation'' was run out of his hometown of Partridge after his short run as the town's mayor ended in disaster due thanks to bankrupting the city trying to build an his pet project (an expensive winter sports complex called Ice Town, and complex) bankrupting the project was turned into a disparaging nickname for him by the other residents.town. The episode "Partridge" reveals that even after almost twenty years have passed, the residents still bear a pretty intense grudge over it. Ben ultimately renounces the town, stating Pawnee is his new home now.



* In ''Series/TheGoodFight'', Diane Lockhart is ready to retire and live off her savings from a fund run by friend Harry Rindell. However, Diane discovers that Harry has been running a Ponzi scheme and Diane has lost almost all her money. Unable to return to her own firm, Diane figures anyone else will take her due to her standing. A friend has to inform Diane that no one wants her because she got so many other people (from fellow lawyers to society folk to some advocate groups) to invest in Rindell as well so they blame Diane for the loss of their money and thus no firm in Chicago is going to touch her.
** Likewise, Rindell's daughter, Maia (Diane's goddaughter) is [[GuiltByCoincidence also blamed despite not knowing what her dad was up to and is fired]].

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* In ''Series/TheGoodFight'', Diane Lockhart is ready to retire and live off her savings from a fund run by friend Harry Rindell. However, Diane discovers that Harry has the fund turns out to have been running a Ponzi scheme PonziScheme, and Diane has lost almost all her money. Unable to She can't return to her own firm, Diane figures anyone and no one else will take hire her due to her standing. A friend has to inform Diane that no one wants her either, partly because she got convinced so many other people (from fellow lawyers to society folk to some advocate groups) to invest in Rindell as well so they blame Diane for the loss of their money and thus no firm in Chicago is going to touch her.
** Likewise,
with Rindell. Rindell's daughter, Maia (Diane's goddaughter) is [[GuiltByCoincidence also blamed despite not knowing what her dad was up daughter can't get hired either, [[GuiltByAssociation almost entirely because she's related to and is fired]]. him]].



* Creator/RobertRankin's ''Brentford'' novels frequently involve intrepid protagonists Jim Pooley and John Omally being banned from their favorite pub The Flying Swan by the mercurial part-time barman, Neville. The ban never lasts long, though.
* Skeeve is banned from Perv at the end of ''[[Literature/MythAdventures Myth-Nomers and Im-Pervections]]''.
** Long before that, in the very first book of the series, ''Another Fine Myth'', it's revealed that Frumple is banned from Deva.

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* Creator/RobertRankin's ''Brentford'' novels frequently involve intrepid protagonists Jim Pooley and John Omally being banned from their favorite pub The pub, the Flying Swan Swan, by the mercurial part-time barman, Neville. The ban never lasts long, though.
* %%* Skeeve is banned from Perv at the end of ''[[Literature/MythAdventures Myth-Nomers and Im-Pervections]]''.
** %%** Long before that, in the very first book of the series, ''Another Fine Myth'', it's revealed that Frumple is banned from Deva.



* In Creator/RASalvatore's novel ''[[Literature/TheSellswords Road of the Patriarch]]'' Jarlaxle and Artemis end up banned for life from the Bloodstone Lands. Jarlaxle points out that Elves live a long time and he'll probably outlive the ban. Artemis is not comforted by this, being a human, with the attendant shorter life span.
* Hrolf the Unruly, the captain of Elfmaid from ''[[TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms Starlight And Shadows]]'' trilogy by Elaine Cunningham got "a taste for recreational mayhem", which earned him ban from many ports and imprisonment and confiscation in [[WretchedHive Skullport]], which is an achievement in itself. Where he was found under arrest, roaring a song:
-->Come ashore with the lads of the Elfmaid, my friend.
-->We're awash on an ocean of ale!
-->Some taverns to plunder, some guards to sunder,
-->And then, a short rest in the jail!
* In ''Discworld/SoulMusic'', The Band With Rocks In is banished from every city they visit on their Sto Plains tour, on pain of pain and/or being buried alive.
** The Nac Mac Feegle was banished for rebelling against the tyranny of the [[TheFairFolk Fairy Queen]], [[ViolentGlaswegian and NOT for being]] [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial completely smashed at four in the afternoon.]] They'll fight any lying scunner who says otherwise.

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* In Creator/RASalvatore's novel ''[[Literature/TheSellswords Road of the Patriarch]]'' Patriarch]]'', Jarlaxle and Artemis end up banned for life from the Bloodstone Lands. Jarlaxle points out that Elves live a long time and he'll probably outlive the ban. Artemis is not comforted by this, being a human, with the attendant shorter life span.
* Hrolf the Unruly, the captain of Elfmaid from ''[[TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms Starlight And Shadows]]'' trilogy by Elaine Cunningham trilogy, got "a taste for recreational mayhem", which earned him ban from many ports and imprisonment and confiscation in [[WretchedHive Skullport]], which is an achievement in itself. Where he He was found there under arrest, roaring a song:
-->Come -->''Come ashore with the lads of the Elfmaid, my friend.
-->We're
friend\\
We're
awash on an ocean of ale!
-->Some
ale!\\
Some
taverns to plunder, some guards to sunder,
-->And
sunder,\\
And
then, a short rest in the jail!
jail!''
* In ''Discworld/SoulMusic'', The the Band With with Rocks In is banished from every city they visit on their Sto Plains tour, on pain [[ShapedLikeItself of pain pain]] and/or being buried alive.
** The Nac Mac Feegle was banished for rebelling against the tyranny of the [[TheFairFolk Fairy Queen]], [[ViolentGlaswegian and NOT for being]] [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial completely smashed at four in the afternoon.]] They'll fight any lying scunner who says otherwise.
alive.



** However, [[TheDon "Gentleman" Johnny Marcone]] has all of his establishment give Dresden the Red Carpet treatment to ensure that the employees are polite to Dresden without having to let them in on TheMasquerade or let them know that the business is actually a front for organized crime (and therefore make Harry less likely to burn the building down). This is perfectly logical, given that Dresden at that point in the series has proven to be basically the AnthropomorphicPersonification of KillItWithFire.
* In the Literature/NorthlandSeries, Drake [[UnreliableNarrator claims to be]] banned from Walmart, Taco Bell, and Germany.

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** However, [[TheDon "Gentleman" Johnny Marcone]] has all of his establishment give Dresden the Red Carpet treatment to ensure that the employees are polite to Dresden without having to let them in on TheMasquerade or let them know that the business is actually a front for organized crime (and therefore make Harry less likely to burn the building down). This is perfectly logical, given that Dresden at that point in the series has proven to be basically the AnthropomorphicPersonification of KillItWithFire.
* In the Literature/NorthlandSeries, ''Literature/NorthlandSeries'', Drake [[UnreliableNarrator claims to be]] banned from Walmart, Taco Bell, and Germany.



* In ''Literature/InFuryBorn'' Captain Watts was declared Persona Non Grata by the Rishathan Sphere. [[spoiler: This turns out to have been misdirection on their part, they had actually recruited him as a DoubleAgent and declaring him Persona Non Grata was presumably done to either improve his cover or get him reassigned to a post more useful to them than the Embassy.]]

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* In ''Literature/InFuryBorn'' ''Literature/InFuryBorn'', Captain Watts was declared Persona Non Grata ''persona non grata'' by the Rishathan Sphere. [[spoiler: This turns out to have [[spoiler:have been misdirection on their part, part; they had actually recruited him as a DoubleAgent DoubleAgent, and declaring him Persona Non Grata was presumably done to either ''persona non grata'' would improve his cover or get him reassigned to a post more useful to them than the Embassy.]]



* In ''Literature/IronDruidChronicles'', after the Kennedy's Grove incident a couple of formerly friendly [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent werewolf packs]] finally got fed up with all the [[RevengeByProxy splashily vengeful]] enemies Atticus has been making lately, and banned him from their territories on pain of fanged death.

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* In ''Literature/IronDruidChronicles'', after the Kennedy's Grove incident incident, a couple of formerly friendly [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent werewolf packs]] finally got fed up with all the [[RevengeByProxy splashily vengeful]] enemies Atticus has had been making lately, and banned him from their territories on pain of fanged death.



* In the late 80s and early 90s, various members of Music/XJapan (and occasionally the entire band) were banned from various restaurants, hotels, bars, and drinking establishments around Tokyo and elsewhere in Japan, due to the band's tendencies to start [[BarBrawl fights]]. Some bars even had "No Yoshiki" or [[VisualKei "No Blondes"]] (since both Yoshiki and other VK rockers that tended to cause trouble often had blonde hair) signs, and the band still holds the record for most damage done to a Japanese hotel. [[KungShui Not just the room, either. The hotel]].
* At one time, it was almost a point of pride for many punk rock, heavy metal, and hard rock bands to get themselves banned from venues and hotels; typically after trashing their rooms or starting riots at the venues, but also for violating local obscenity laws. Several have been banned from performing in entire states or countries; usually on obscenity grounds.
** Music/{{GWAR}} was at one time banned from the state of North Carolina, for certain... elements of their costuming.
** Music/BadBrains was at one time banned at nearly every nightclub and performance venue in Washington D.C.
** Music/TheWho at one time held the record for this, thanks to the antics of the late Keith Moon.
** Taken to the extreme by [[{{Industrial}} Power Electronics]] group Whitehouse, who would [[BlatantLies routinely bill themselves as a "synth-pop" band]] in order to get gigs, often provoking the baffled audience to riot or simply leave.
** [[TheWorldInfernoFriendshipSociety The World/Inferno Friendship Society]] won't have a chance to play at Cha-Cha's of Coney Island again, after what happened at [[NoodleIncident that one show in 2007]].[[note]] Supposedly Cha-Cha's even calls other venues the band is playing at to try and warn the owners to cancel the show.[[/note]] Prior to 2003 the band was also banned from a few venues that they'd actually [[ImpressivePyrotechnics set on fire]].
* After the Riverport Riot in 1991, Music/GunsNRoses would not perform in St. Louis again until 2017 (in case you don't know, it all started when a bootlegger pressed W. Axl Rose's BerserkButton after the frontman spotted him, and Axl flipped out and left the stage, which indirectly led the fans to riot). There was never really a city-wide ban, though. Their absence seems an uncertain combination of reluctant venues and the band just not ''wanting'' to come back after Rose was charged with (and acquitted of) starting the riot.
* Hour of Penance is almost assuredly banned from Alicante, Spain after an incident where they were scheduled to play a club in the city near the tail-end of a European tour, only to have their performance cancelled. Why? Well, their drummer at the time, Mauro Mercurio, decided to get drunk and wound up causing thousands of dollars worth of damage to a backstage area in the club, which very nearly resulted in the band's arrest and led to Francesco Paoli voluntarily quitting and Mauro being unceremoniously ejected.
* During a 1985 show in Switzerland, the PostPunk band Swans were actually arrested onstage and asked to ''leave the country'' for being too loud.
* Hanatarash were banned from most venues for years, for reasons that only Wiki/TheOtherWiki [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hanatarash could adequately explain with a straight face]]. [[RefugeInAudacity And yes, there is video.]]
* Music/OzzyOsbourne was banned from the city of San Antonio, Texas for a decade, for urinating on a cenotaph outside The Alamo. [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext While wearing a dress.]] [[note]]Turns out Mrs. Osbourne had confiscated her husband's clothing after realizing he was too wasted to be presentable in public. [[AlcoholInducedIdiocy Ozzy wasn't going to let a little thing like that stop him]], so he put on one of Sharon's dresses and went out anyway, still bombed out of his mind.[[/note]]
* The Acacia Strain is on more than a few venue blacklists thanks to numerous incidents where the crowd got violent to the point where significant damage was caused to the venues, resulting in quite a few preemptive bans from other venues.
* In the FilkSong ''Banned From Argo'', the former TropeNamer which provides the page quote, the crew of a [[Franchise/StarTrek Starfleet]] vessel heavily implied to be the ''Enterprise'' causes mayhem on the eponymous shore leave planet until they get kicked out.
** Ironically, the song itself became so over-used that [[HypeBacklash it got banned from several SF conventions]].
** There's a sequel in which Argo forgives them, and invites the Next Generation crew to visit. They wind up getting banned themselves, and this time Argo learns its lesson and makes the ban permanent.
* Creedence Clearwater Revival's first single (under that name at least), "Porterville", is about a man who is no longer welcome in his hometown for some unspecified reasons.
* In the [[{{Music/GeorgeStrait}} George Strait]] song "All My Ex's Live in Texas", the singers ex-girlfriends all live in Texas, forcing him to live in Tennessee.
* The Music/InsaneClownPosse has earned its share of blackballs: not because of them or their inflammatory lyrics per se; it has more to do with the extreme rowdiness of their "Juggalo" fan following (said following had once been declared a ''gang'' by the [=FBI=]). More recently, the 2014 "Gathering of the Juggalos" had to go to a ''third'' choice of venue after getting denied access to their first two on account of outraged residents.
* Music/{{Skinless}} was banned from the Palladium in Worcester, Massachusetts in 2002 after Sherwood Webber stagedived onto some police and paramedics who were tending to an injured fan, who let it slide until he began insulting the police onstage. This resulted in the venue cutting their power and the police forcibly removing them from the building; the ban was lifted after Jason Keyser took Webber's place on vocals, but with Webber back post-reunion, it is likely that they are banned once again.
* Music/{{Unearth}} ran into some problems on their early run of tours due to founding bassist Chris Rybicki and his record with the authorities in Canada, which made entry for him and the band as a whole into the country difficult. This culminated in an incident in 2001 where the band set out for what vocalist Trevor Phipps later characterized as a "last shot" to get across the border with Rybicki, only to discover halfway there that he had stowed away a fifth of vodka prior to departure. Upon proving reluctant to simply dispose of the fifth despite pleas from the other members, Rybicki instead decided to hide it by ''downing the entire fifth on his own'' and then hide himself in the back of the tour van. Unfortunately, the band was stopped at the border and an inebriated Rybicki was discovered by the guards, at which point Unearth was turned away and Rybicki apparently slapped with a lifetime ban from Canada. This eventually forced Rybicki to leave the band so that they could gain entry to the country (and its numerous metalcore-friendly venues) with a new bassist (John Maggard).
* Borg Ward in Milwaukee made headlines on various metal sites by banning ''the entire genre of metalcore'' from performing there, after their fans continuously caused significant structural damage during mosh pits. A subsequent post in response to the coverage indicate that most other such venues in Milwaukee have likewise rejected bands from the genre in recent years as a result of similar problems with the fans.

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* In the late 80s and early 90s, various members of Music/XJapan (and occasionally the entire band) were banned from various restaurants, hotels, bars, and drinking establishments around Tokyo and elsewhere in Japan, due to the band's tendencies to start [[BarBrawl fights]]. Some bars even had "No Yoshiki" or [[VisualKei "No Blondes"]] (since both Yoshiki and other VK rockers that tended to cause trouble often had blonde hair) signs, and the band still holds the record for most damage done to a Japanese hotel. [[KungShui Not just the room, either. The hotel]].
* At one time, it was almost a point of pride for many punk rock, heavy metal, and hard rock bands to get themselves banned from venues and hotels; typically after trashing their rooms or starting riots at the venues, but also for violating local obscenity laws. Several have been banned from performing in entire states or countries; usually on obscenity grounds.
** Music/{{GWAR}} was at one time banned from the state of North Carolina, for certain... elements of their costuming.
** Music/BadBrains was at one time banned at nearly every nightclub and performance venue in Washington D.C.
** Music/TheWho at one time held the record for this, thanks to the antics of the late Keith Moon.
** Taken to the extreme by [[{{Industrial}} Power Electronics]] group Whitehouse, who would [[BlatantLies routinely bill themselves as a "synth-pop" band]] in order to get gigs, often provoking the baffled audience to riot or simply leave.
** [[TheWorldInfernoFriendshipSociety The World/Inferno Friendship Society]] won't have a chance to play at Cha-Cha's of Coney Island again, after what happened at [[NoodleIncident that one show in 2007]].[[note]] Supposedly Cha-Cha's even calls other venues the band is playing at to try and warn the owners to cancel the show.[[/note]] Prior to 2003 the band was also banned from a few venues that they'd actually [[ImpressivePyrotechnics set on fire]].
* After the Riverport Riot in 1991, Music/GunsNRoses would not perform in St. Louis again until 2017 (in case you don't know, it all started when a bootlegger pressed W. Axl Rose's BerserkButton after the frontman spotted him, and Axl flipped out and left the stage, which indirectly led the fans to riot). There was never really a city-wide ban, though. Their absence seems an uncertain combination of reluctant venues and the band just not ''wanting'' to come back after Rose was charged with (and acquitted of) starting the riot.
* Hour of Penance is almost assuredly banned from Alicante, Spain after an incident where they were scheduled to play a club in the city near the tail-end of a European tour, only to have their performance cancelled. Why? Well, their drummer at the time, Mauro Mercurio, decided to get drunk and wound up causing thousands of dollars worth of damage to a backstage area in the club, which very nearly resulted in the band's arrest and led to Francesco Paoli voluntarily quitting and Mauro being unceremoniously ejected.
* During a 1985 show in Switzerland, the PostPunk band Swans were actually arrested onstage and asked to ''leave the country'' for being too loud.
* Hanatarash were banned from most venues for years, for reasons that only Wiki/TheOtherWiki [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hanatarash could adequately explain with a straight face]]. [[RefugeInAudacity And yes, there is video.]]
* Music/OzzyOsbourne was banned from the city of San Antonio, Texas for a decade, for urinating on a cenotaph outside The Alamo. [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext While wearing a dress.]] [[note]]Turns out Mrs. Osbourne had confiscated her husband's clothing after realizing he was too wasted to be presentable in public. [[AlcoholInducedIdiocy Ozzy wasn't going to let a little thing like that stop him]], so he put on one of Sharon's dresses and went out anyway, still bombed out of his mind.[[/note]]
* The Acacia Strain is on more than a few venue blacklists thanks to numerous incidents where the crowd got violent to the point where significant damage was caused to the venues, resulting in quite a few preemptive bans from other venues.
* In the FilkSong ''Banned From Argo'', the
former TropeNamer is the FilkSong "Music/BannedFromArgo", which provides the page quote, quote and chronicles the crew of a [[Franchise/StarTrek Starfleet]] vessel heavily (heavily implied to be the ''Enterprise'' causes mayhem ''Enterprise'') which stops on the eponymous planet for shore leave planet until and causes so much trouble they get kicked out.
**
out. The song has a sequel where Argo forgives Starfleet and invites the ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Next Generation]]'' crew to visit -- only for the same thing to happen and the ban to become permanent. Ironically, the song itself became so over-used overused that it was [[HypeBacklash it got itself banned from several SF sci-fi conventions]].
** There's a sequel in which Argo forgives them, and invites the Next Generation crew to visit. They wind up getting banned themselves, and this time Argo learns its lesson and makes the ban permanent.
* Creedence Clearwater Revival's Music/CreedenceClearwaterRevival's first single (under that name at least), "Porterville", is about a man who is no longer welcome in his hometown for some unspecified reasons.
* In the [[{{Music/GeorgeStrait}} George Strait]] Music/GeorgeStrait song "All My Ex's Exes Live in Texas", the singers ex-girlfriends ex-girlfriend's all live in Texas, forcing him to live in Tennessee.
* The Music/InsaneClownPosse has earned its share of blackballs: not because of them or their inflammatory lyrics per se; it has more to do with the extreme rowdiness of their "Juggalo" fan following (said following had once been declared a ''gang'' by the [=FBI=]). More recently, the 2014 "Gathering of the Juggalos" had to go to a ''third'' choice of venue after getting denied access to their first two on account of outraged residents.
* Music/{{Skinless}} was banned from the Palladium in Worcester, Massachusetts in 2002 after Sherwood Webber stagedived onto some police and paramedics who were tending to an injured fan, who let it slide until he began insulting the police onstage. This resulted in the venue cutting their power and the police forcibly removing them from the building; the ban was lifted after Jason Keyser took Webber's place on vocals, but with Webber back post-reunion, it is likely that they are banned once again.
* Music/{{Unearth}} ran into some problems on their early run of tours due to founding bassist Chris Rybicki and his record with the authorities in Canada, which made entry for him and the band as a whole into the country difficult. This culminated in an incident in 2001 where the band set out for what vocalist Trevor Phipps later characterized as a "last shot" to get across the border with Rybicki, only to discover halfway there that he had stowed away a fifth of vodka prior to departure. Upon proving reluctant to simply dispose of the fifth despite pleas from the other members, Rybicki instead decided to hide it by ''downing the entire fifth on his own'' and then hide himself in the back of the tour van. Unfortunately, the band was stopped at the border and an inebriated Rybicki was discovered by the guards, at which point Unearth was turned away and Rybicki apparently slapped with a lifetime ban from Canada. This eventually forced Rybicki to leave the band so that they could gain entry to the country (and its numerous metalcore-friendly venues) with a new bassist (John Maggard).
* Borg Ward in Milwaukee made headlines on various metal sites by banning ''the entire genre of metalcore'' from performing there, after their fans continuously caused significant structural damage during mosh pits. A subsequent post in response to the coverage indicate that most other such venues in Milwaukee have likewise rejected bands from the genre in recent years as a result of similar problems with the fans.
Tennessee.



* Wrestling/RingOfHonor's first individual champion, holder of what would be later be dubbed their World Title belt, Wrestling/LowKi, was banned from the promotion for life after he broke one of commissioner Wrestling/JimCornette's teeth during the Wrestling/{{CZW}} invasion.
* Wrestling/JohnMorrison [[http://twitter.com/TheRealMorrison/status/45758955007389696 jumped]] [[http://twitter.com/TheRealMorrison/status/45762091872829440 into ]] a pool with his girlfriend Wrestling/{{Melina}} because it was her [[http://twitter.com/TheRealMorrison/status/45762770720915456 birthday]], getting them both banned from the Skybar (a Los Angeles nightclub).
* Drew Cordeiro from Beyond Wrestling made this declaration towards many women after he took over Wrestling/{{WSU}}, [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall some cases more seriously]] [[WorkedShoot than others.]] Wrestling/MercedesMartinez merely mentioned she hadn't been contacted by WSU in an inordinately long amount of time and refused to say anything else. Luscious Latasha just said she apparently doesn't work for the company anymore and whatever. Jessicka Havok said she was going to keep showing up whether DJ Hyde(when Wrestling/{{CZW}}took over from Beyond) liked it or not, so he hired Portugal's Perfect Athlete Shanna and Alpha Female [[EvilForeigner from Germany]] to force her to stay out.

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* Wrestling/RingOfHonor's first individual champion, the holder of what would be later be dubbed their World Title belt, Wrestling/LowKi, was banned from the promotion for life after he broke one of commissioner Wrestling/JimCornette's teeth during the Wrestling/{{CZW}} invasion.
* Wrestling/JohnMorrison [[http://twitter.com/TheRealMorrison/status/45758955007389696 jumped]] [[http://twitter.com/TheRealMorrison/status/45762091872829440 into ]] a pool with his girlfriend Wrestling/{{Melina}} because it was her [[http://twitter.com/TheRealMorrison/status/45762770720915456 birthday]], getting them both banned from the Skybar (a Los Angeles nightclub).
* Drew Cordeiro from Beyond Wrestling made this declaration towards many women after he took over Wrestling/{{WSU}}, [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall some cases more seriously]] [[WorkedShoot than others.]] Wrestling/MercedesMartinez merely mentioned she hadn't been contacted by WSU in an inordinately long amount of time and refused to say anything else. Luscious Latasha just said she apparently doesn't work for the company anymore and whatever. anymore. Jessicka Havok said she was going to keep showing up whether DJ Hyde(when Wrestling/{{CZW}}took over from Beyond) Hyde liked it or not, so he hired Portugal's Perfect Athlete Shanna and Alpha Female [[EvilForeigner from Germany]] to force her to stay out.



* Classic ''TabletopGame/{{Traveller}}'' supplement ''The Traveller Adventure''. During the adventure "Pysadian Escapade" the {{PC}}s are railroaded into inadvertently breaking a Pysadian law and end up being banned from the planet.

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* Classic In the ''TabletopGame/{{Traveller}}'' supplement ''The Traveller Adventure''. During Adventure'', during the adventure "Pysadian Escapade" Escapade", the {{PC}}s are railroaded into inadvertently breaking a Pysadian law and end up being banned from the planet.



* An [[TheZerothLawOfTropeExamples old]] example in ''Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet'': after killing Tybalt, Romeo is banished from Verona, never to return on pain of death. And that was him getting off light. According to the beginning of the play, it's supposed to be ''the death penalty'' for violence between the Capulets and the Montagues in the city (a measure meant to try to curb the feud between the families), but Romeo killed Tybalt in retaliation for him killing Mercutio, earning the reprieve.

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* An [[TheZerothLawOfTropeExamples old]] example in ''Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet'': after After killing Tybalt, Romeo is banished from Verona, never to return on pain of death. And that was him getting off light. According to the beginning of the play, it's supposed to be ''the the death penalty'' penalty for violence between the Capulets and the Montagues in the city (a city, a measure meant to try to curb the feud between the families), families, but Romeo killed Tybalt in retaliation for him killing Mercutio, earning the reprieve.



-->'''Max''': ...and I've been banned from 27 local arcades for playing ''Forbidden Dance Insurrection'' in ways that the designers never intended.
* The conclusion of ''[[TonyHawkProSkater Tony Hawk Underground 2]]''- subtitled "World Destruction Tour" - is a news report, which concludes with:
-->'''[[PunnyName Hugh Jass]]''': And finally, Tony Hawk and Bam Margera, the founders of the World Destruction Tour, have been officially banned from ever returning to UsefulNotes/{{Boston}}, Barcelona, Berlin, Australia, UsefulNotes/NewOrleans, and even [[NoodleIncident Thailand]]. Upon hearing the news, Tony and Bam replied, "Hey, good call."
* A variation in ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'': You can get yourself banned from gambling at every casino in the game if you win too much while gambling. You even get an achievement for it! You can still enter the casinos, but you can't gamble anymore. [[MontyHaul Not that you'll want for money ever again...]]
* Likewise in it's predecessor, ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'', you're character is banned from Vault 101 following the events at the start of the game. You're allowed to return only ''once'' in a quest, fittingly titled "Trouble On The Homefront", that begs for your help because things have grown out of control since you left. After you resolve that issue, you're then banned again from ever returning (the reason is that everyone blames ''you'' by proxy and you staying would collapse the fragile peace afterwords). It's only during that quest, you're given the option of sabotaging the Vault's water chip, and forcing the entire vault to evacuate for their own safety.
* Georg Prime from the ''VideoGame/{{Suikoden}}'' series used to be a Queen's Knight in Falena, but is no longer welcome in the country because he supposedly killed the previous Queen. [[spoiler: It's true, [[ShootTheDog but she WANTED him to do it]] for [[WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity reasons involving one of the 27 True Runes]]. He's actually on good terms with the current leaders of Falena, and (if the good ending of ''VideoGame/SuikodenV'' is Canon) both a friend and ParentalSubstitute to the [[PlayerCharacter Commander of the Queen's Knights]]. [[HeroWithBadPublicity To the public at large, however...]]]]

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-->'''Max''': ...and I've been banned from 27 local arcades for playing ''Forbidden Dance Insurrection'' in ways that [[NotTheIntendedUse the designers never intended.
intended]].
* The conclusion of ''[[TonyHawkProSkater Tony Hawk Underground 2]]''- 2]]'' -- subtitled "World Destruction Tour" - -- is a news report, which concludes with:
thus:
-->'''[[PunnyName Hugh Jass]]''': Jass]]:''' And finally, Tony Hawk and Bam Margera, the founders of the World Destruction Tour, have been officially banned from ever returning to UsefulNotes/{{Boston}}, Barcelona, Berlin, Australia, UsefulNotes/NewOrleans, and even [[NoodleIncident Thailand]]. Upon hearing the news, Tony and Bam replied, "Hey, good call."
* A variation ''Fallout'':
** In ''VideoGame/Fallout3'', your character is banned from Vault 101 following the events at the start of the game. You're only allowed to return once
in ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'': You a quest, fittingly titled "Trouble on the Homefront", that begs for your help because things have grown out of control since you left. After you resolve that issue, all the warring factions now blame you for everything, and Vault 101 bans you again just to keep the fragile peace.
** In ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'', you
can get yourself banned from gambling at every casino in the game if you win too much while gambling. You even get an achievement for it! it. You can still enter the casinos, but you can't gamble anymore. [[MontyHaul Not that you'll want for money ever again...again.]]
* Likewise in it's predecessor, ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'', you're character is banned from Vault 101 following the events at the start of the game. You're allowed to return only ''once'' in a quest, fittingly titled "Trouble On The Homefront", that begs for your help because things have grown out of control since you left. After you resolve that issue, you're then banned again from ever returning (the reason is that everyone blames ''you'' by proxy and you staying would collapse the fragile peace afterwords). It's only during that quest, you're given the option of sabotaging the Vault's water chip, and forcing the entire vault to evacuate for their own safety.
* Georg Prime from the ''VideoGame/{{Suikoden}}'' series used to be a Queen's Knight in Falena, but is no longer welcome in the country because he supposedly killed the previous Queen. [[spoiler: It's [[spoiler:It's true, [[ShootTheDog but she WANTED wanted him to do it]] for [[WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity reasons involving one of the 27 True Runes]]. He's actually on good terms with the current leaders of Falena, and (if the good ending of ''VideoGame/SuikodenV'' is Canon) canon) both a friend and ParentalSubstitute to the [[PlayerCharacter Commander of the Queen's Knights]]. [[HeroWithBadPublicity To the public at large, however...]]]]however, he's not welcome]]]].



* In ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'', the hero gets banned from his hometown after pulling out the Mana Sword because the village elder fears that it will bring monsters to their village. It's possible to get back in using a glitch; none of the townspeople other than the one guarding the entrance seem particularly upset at you, likely because the programmers didn't give them any new dialogue.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Disgaea 4|A Promise Unforgotten}}'', Fuka Kazamatsuri manages to get herself banned from [[FluffyCloudHeaven Celestia]] forever for insulting Lady Archangel [[spoiler:Flonne]].
* Sora gets exiled from [[Disney/TheLittleMermaid Atlantica]] in ''[[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsI Kingdom Hearts]]'' due to being a Keyblade wielder, and King Triton is convinced that those with Keyblades bring nothing but ruin to the worlds [[spoiler:(thanks to the Keyblade War)]]. After Ursula is defeated, Triton begins to trust Sora, ends the exile, and allows him to seal the keyhole.
* Taken UpToEleven in ''VideoGame/DragonsDogma'' [[spoiler: once you confronted the frailed old [[BitchInSheepsClothing Duke Edmun Dragonbane]] after slaying [[TheDragon Grigori]], he [[{{Frameup}} brands you as a traitor]] for bargaining with dragon while he ''was'' the one who took that option, not only you're banned from entering the Upper Gran Soren since, every guard along with the captain, Ser Maximilian, will try to '''[[EverythingTryingToKillYou kill you]]''' ([[TakeTheThirdOption unless you married him]], although everyone else but Maximilian would still be there). Of course, you can always [[ThenLetMeBeEvil murder whoever crossed you]] until you leap into [[TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon Everfall]], be it the guard captain, the people in the church, everyone ''but'' the [[KarmaHoudini Duke]].]]
* In ''VideoGame/Uncharted4AThiefsEnd'', Nate and Sully expect this to be the outcome of their Madagascar vehicle chase, involving shootouts, stealing a car, driving through roadworks and crashing into market stalls (and that's ''before'' things start blowing things up!). During a break in the chaos is this exchange:
-->'''Sully''': Nate? We can ''never'' come here again!
-->'''Nate''': [[NoodleIncident Add it to the list!]]

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* In ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'', the hero gets banned from his hometown after pulling out the Mana Sword because the village elder fears that it will bring monsters to their village. It's possible to get back in using a glitch; if you do, none of the townspeople other than the one guarding the entrance seem particularly upset at you, likely because the programmers didn't give them any new dialogue.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Disgaea 4|A Promise Unforgotten}}'', Fuka Kazamatsuri manages to get herself banned from [[FluffyCloudHeaven Celestia]] forever for insulting Lady [[spoiler:Lady Archangel [[spoiler:Flonne]].
Flonne]].
* Sora gets exiled from [[Disney/TheLittleMermaid Atlantica]] in ''[[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsI Kingdom Hearts]]'' due to being a Keyblade wielder, and King Triton is convinced that those with Keyblades bring nothing but ruin to the worlds [[spoiler:(thanks [[spoiler:thanks to the Keyblade War)]].War]]. After Ursula is defeated, Triton begins to trust Sora, ends the exile, and allows him to seal the keyhole.
* Taken UpToEleven in ''VideoGame/DragonsDogma'' [[spoiler: once you confronted the frailed old In ''VideoGame/DragonsDogma'', after [[spoiler:slaying [[TheDragon Grigori]] and confronting [[BitchInSheepsClothing Duke Edmun Dragonbane]] after slaying [[TheDragon Grigori]], he [[{{Frameup}} brands Dragonbane]],]] you as a traitor]] for bargaining with dragon while he ''was'' the one who took that option, not only you're get banned from entering [[spoiler:entering the Upper Gran Soren since, Soren]], and [[spoiler:[[EverythingTryingToKillYou every last guard along with the captain, Ser Maximilian, will try to '''[[EverythingTryingToKillYou kill you]]''' ([[TakeTheThirdOption unless you]] if you try (except Ser Maximilian [[TakeTheThirdOption if you married him]], him]]), although everyone else but Maximilian would still be there). Of course, you can always if you're tough enough, [[ThenLetMeBeEvil murder whoever crossed you]] until you leap into [[TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon Everfall]], be it the guard captain, the people in the church, can kill everyone ''but'' who crosses you]] except the [[KarmaHoudini Duke]].]]
Duke]].
* In ''VideoGame/Uncharted4AThiefsEnd'', Nate and Sully expect this to be the outcome of their Madagascar vehicle chase, involving shootouts, stealing a car, driving through roadworks and crashing into market stalls (and that's ''before'' things start blowing things up!).up). During a break in the chaos is this exchange:
-->'''Sully''': -->'''Sully:''' Nate? We can ''never'' come here again!
-->'''Nate''':
again!\\
'''Nate:'''
[[NoodleIncident Add it to the list!]]



* Tedd of ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'' managed to get himself banned from [[http://egscomics.com/?date=2002-03-01 certain areas of the mall.]] This overlaps with NoodleIncident because not even the author wants to know what happened (read the title of that strip). As with so much early Tedd, this gets {{RetCon}}ned in the [[TheRant Author's Commentary]] (written much later):
-->Banned fromÖ?! *Erhem* Joking. Heís joking. Itís an attempt at humor, as Tedd does. It really has to be, because he is soooooo not canonically banned from "that area of the mall". Yeesh.
* In ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', John and Dad are banned from the Cirque du Soleil. It's implied that it has something to do with John's [[spoiler:Gamzee caused]] phobia of clowns.
* In ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'', Jimbo managed to get himself banned from Canada. [[NoodleIncident Not even he knows how it happened.]] [[http://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=777 Apparently he was very drunk at the time]].

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* Tedd of ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'' managed to get himself banned from [[http://egscomics.com/?date=2002-03-01 certain areas of the mall.]] This overlaps with is such a NoodleIncident because that not even the author wants to know what happened (read the title of that strip).happened. As with so much early Tedd, this gets {{RetCon}}ned in the [[TheRant Author's Commentary]] (written much later):
-->Banned -->''Banned fromÖ?! *Erhem* Joking. Heís joking. Itís an attempt at humor, as Tedd does. It really has to be, because he is soooooo not canonically banned from "that area of the mall". Yeesh.
Yeesh.''
* In ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', John and Dad are banned from the Cirque du Soleil. It's implied that it has something to do with John's [[spoiler:Gamzee caused]] phobia of clowns.
clowns [[spoiler:as caused by Gamzee]].
* In ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'', Jimbo managed to get himself banned from Canada. [[NoodleIncident Not even he knows how it happened.]] happened]]. [[http://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=777 Apparently Apparently, he was very drunk at the time]].



* ''Webcomic/TriangleAndRobert'' are [[http://www.froup.com/tr/tr.pl?1653 banned from more of the country (essentially the USA) than actually exists]], as they've been banned from some areas twice and one county that banned them no longer exists as a consequence of the event that caused the ban. They're essentially living where they are because [[http://www.froup.com/tr/tr.pl?1654 the non industrial part of their city is the only place they can legally be in the entire country.]]
* [[http://www.absurdnotions.org/page58.html Punned on]] in ''Absurd Notions''; after Warren tells his ex-boss Garry that he is sick of Garry's cheesy smile, cheesy banter, and cheesy attitude, and "would appreciate it if (Garry) would remove (his) ''cheesy'' self from (Warren's) home and not return ever again", Garry remarks he's apparently "persona au gratin".

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* ''Webcomic/TriangleAndRobert'' are [[http://www.froup.com/tr/tr.pl?1653 banned from more of the country (essentially the USA) than actually exists]], as exists]]; they've been banned from some areas twice twice, and one county that banned them no longer exists as a consequence of the event that caused the ban. They're essentially living where they are because [[http://www.froup.com/tr/tr.pl?1654 the non industrial non-industrial part of their city is the only place they can legally be in the entire country.]]
* [[http://www.absurdnotions.org/page58.html Punned on]] in ''Absurd Notions''; after ''Webcomic/AbsurdNotions'': After Warren tells his ex-boss Garry that he is sick of Garry's cheesy smile, cheesy banter, and cheesy attitude, and "would appreciate it if (Garry) [Garry] would remove (his) [his] ''cheesy'' self from (Warren's) [his] home and not return ever again", Garry remarks he's apparently "persona au gratin".



* WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic can never go back to Nevada due to [[WebVideo/{{Kickassia}} it being the location of his base of operations during his attempt at invading & conquering the micro-nation of Molossia]].
** Similarly, WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob was banned from returning to Kickassia by the Critic, after he plotted to overthrow him.
* The [[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner Strong Bad email]] "movies" ends with Strong Bad firing a bazooka in a theater out of frustration at the other patrons. Cut to him typing...

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* WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic can never go back to Nevada due to [[WebVideo/{{Kickassia}} the events of ''WebVideo/{{Kickassia}}'', where it being was the location of his base of operations during his attempt at invading & conquering to invade and conquer the micro-nation micronation of Molossia]].
**
Molossia. Similarly, WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob was banned from returning to Kickassia by the Critic, after he plotted to overthrow him.
* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'':
**
The [[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner Strong Bad email]] email "movies" ends with Strong Bad firing a bazooka in a theater out of frustration at the other patrons. Cut to him typing...typing:



** Sbemail 22 has Strong Bad, in response to a fan's query as to what he thinks of the English, say something so offensive that he is officially banned from the United Kingdom.

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** In Sbemail 22 has 22, Strong Bad, in response to a fan's query as to what he thinks of the English, say says something so offensive that he is officially banned from the United Kingdom.



* In ''WebVideo/FriendshipIsWitchcraft'', Twilight Sparkle is banned from all bounce houses in the aftermath of a waffle-making incident. Twilight insists [[NeverMyFault it wasn't her fault]]--it would have worked if Spike didn't have such a weak grip.

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* In ''WebVideo/FriendshipIsWitchcraft'', Twilight Sparkle is banned from all bounce houses in the aftermath of [[NoodleIncident a waffle-making incident. incident]]. Twilight insists [[NeverMyFault it wasn't her fault]]--it fault]] -- it would have worked if Spike didn't have such a weak grip.



* In every episode of the show, WesternAnimation/TimonAndPumbaa got thrown out of wherever they were. Timon even [[LampshadeHanging asks]] at one point "Why did you think it was a good idea to drag us around the world getting into trouble?"
* Skipper mentions in ''WesternAnimation/ThePenguinsOfMadagascar'' that he can't go back to Denmark due to the [[NoodleIncident Copenhagen Incident]] involving Hans the Puffin.
* Unsurprisingly, ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
** In "Fear Of Flying", Homer is briefly banned from Moe's Tavern for his contribution to a series of pranks the barflies play on [[ButtMonkey Moe]]. Ironically, his prank (loosening the lid of a sugar container so it would spill and ruin his coffee) was actually safer than some of the pranks played that day, such as having a king cobra repeatedly bite Moe, or setting Moe's clothes on fire...while he was wearing them.
** Played with in the episode "Lisa the Iconoclast'' where Lisa, her children, and her children's children are banned from the historical society... for three months!
** On "Brother's Little Helper", Homer mentions a ten-year ban from the water park that recently ended. Whether this is connected to the incident in Season 2's "Brush with Greatness" where Homer got stuck on a water slide due to his weight and the water slide had to be shut down so officials could release him isn't known as it wasn't mentioned outright, making the scene the punchline to a BrickJoke or yet another throwaway line that the writers don't want to flesh out that now stands as a NoodleIncident.
** In "Worst Episode Ever", Bart and Milhouse were banned for life from Comic Book Guy's store (although the "for life" part eventually ended up revoked due to them saving Comic Book Guy's life when he underwent a severe heart attack in the middle of an angry rant). In an attempt to comfort him, Homer tearfully reminisces of his first life-long ban: after eating one of Gallagher's melons during one of his shows, the latter banned him for life from all his future performances and related media.
** In "The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace", Bart enters the school library only to find Homer there doing research.
-->'''Homer''': "They won't let me in the big people library downtown. There was some... [[NoodleIncident unpleasantness]], I can never go back."
** After getting kicked out of Florida in "Kill The Alligator And Run", we see the family with an enormous map of the United States. They cross Florida off in a close shot, and the camera zooms out to show that all but 2 states have either permanently banned them, or they find a reason for not liking to live there. Marge then crosses off the last two states due to the latter reason.
** In "The Bart-Mangled Banner", Dr. Hibbert was also banned from the library for reasons [[NoodleIncident never specified]] other than it relating to Moe Syszlak's actions while Hibbert hired him to act as a body double to distract Bart regarding a flu vaccination.

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* In every episode of the show, WesternAnimation/TimonAndPumbaa ''WesternAnimation/TimonAndPumbaa'' got thrown out of wherever they were. Timon even [[LampshadeHanging asks]] at one point point, "Why did you think it was a good idea to drag us around the world getting into trouble?"
* Skipper mentions in ''WesternAnimation/ThePenguinsOfMadagascar'' that he can't go back to Denmark due to the [[NoodleIncident "[[NoodleIncident Copenhagen Incident]] incident]]" involving Hans the Puffin.
* Unsurprisingly, this happens a lot in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
** In "Fear Of of Flying", Homer is briefly banned from Moe's Tavern for his contribution to a series of pranks the barflies play on [[ButtMonkey Moe]]. Ironically, his prank (loosening the lid of a sugar container so it would spill and ruin his coffee) was actually safer than some of the pranks played that day, such as having a king cobra repeatedly bite Moe, or setting Moe's clothes on fire...fire -- while he was wearing them.
** Played with in the episode "Lisa the Iconoclast'' Iconoclast", where Lisa, her children, and her children's children are banned from the historical society... for three months!
** On In "Brother's Little Helper", Homer mentions a ten-year ban from the water park that recently ended. Whether this is Fans connected this line to the an incident in Season 2's "Brush with Greatness" where Homer got gets stuck on a water slide due to his weight and the water slide had has to be shut down so officials could release him isn't known as it wasn't mentioned outright, making the scene the punchline to a BrickJoke or yet another throwaway line that the writers don't want to flesh out that now stands as a NoodleIncident.
rescued, although there was never an explicit connection.
** In "Worst Episode Ever", Bart and Milhouse were are banned for life from Comic Book Guy's store (although the "for life" part eventually ended up revoked due to them saving Comic Book Guy's life when he underwent a severe heart attack in the middle of an angry rant). store. In an attempt to comfort him, Bart, Homer tearfully reminisces of his first life-long ban: after eating one of Gallagher's melons during one of his shows, the latter he was banned him for life from all his future performances and related media.
media. (Bart and Milhouse eventually get back in by [[IOweYouMyLife saving Comic Book Guy's life]].)
** In "The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace", Bart enters the school library library, only to find Homer there doing research.
-->'''Homer''': "They --->'''Homer''': They won't let me in the big people library downtown. There was some... [[NoodleIncident unpleasantness]], I can never go back."
back.
** After getting kicked out of Florida in "Kill The Alligator And Run", we see the family with an enormous map of the United States. They cross Florida off in a close shot, and the camera zooms out to show that all but 2 two states have either permanently banned them, or they find a reason for not liking to live there. Marge then crosses off the last two states due to the latter reason.
them.
** In "The Bart-Mangled Banner", Dr. Hibbert was also is banned from the library for reasons [[NoodleIncident never specified]] other than it relating to Moe Syszlak's Moe's actions while Hibbert hired him to act as a body double to distract Bart regarding a flu vaccination.



** In "We're On The Road To D'oh-Where", Bart was placed on the no-fly list after he unbuckled his seatbelt before the plane came to a complete stop. However, this is inconsistent with later episodes.
** In the episode "At Long Last Leave", the city of Springfield banishes the Simpson family. They make their new home in an unincorporated settlement called "The Outlands". Homer and Marge sneak back into Springfield and get caught. Finally, everyone in Springfield moves to The Outlands.

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** In "We're On The on the Road To to D'oh-Where", Bart was is placed on the no-fly list after he unbuckled unbuckles his seatbelt before the plane came to a complete stop. However, this is inconsistent with [[SnapBack Nothing stops him from flying in later episodes.
episodes.]]
** In the episode "At Long Last Leave", the city of Springfield banishes the Simpson family. They make their new home in an unincorporated settlement called "The "the Outlands". Homer and Marge sneak back into Springfield and get caught. Finally, everyone in Springfield moves to The Outlands.the Outlands to get away from the Simpsons.



* On ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'', Crocker can never go back to Cincinnati. [[NoodleIncident For reasons unknown]].
** Also, Cosmo is banned from Atlantis since he sunk it nine times (all on the same day.) Therefore, he becomes the number one criminal there. But in the end of the episode, Timmy is the new number one criminal.
** After establishing that it was he who made Crocker's life miserable, Timmy is banned by Jorgen von Strangle from going back in time to March 15th to fix that. Jorgen also threatened to ban Timmy from visiting other months of that year if he interferes with the election of "President [=McGovern=]".
* In the ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' "We Call It Maze", Dr. Doofenshmirtz reveals that he's no longer welcome in Albania after he [[NoodleIncident somehow provoked the ambassador's wife]].

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* On ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'', ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'':
**
Crocker can never go back to Cincinnati. Cincinnati [[NoodleIncident For for reasons unknown]].
** Also, Cosmo is banned from Atlantis since he sunk after sinking it nine times (all times, all on the same day.) Therefore, he becomes the number one criminal there. But in the end of the day. Later that episode, Timmy is takes his place as the new number one city's number-one criminal.
** After establishing that it was he who made Crocker's life miserable, Timmy is banned by Jorgen von Strangle from going back in time to March 15th to fix that. Jorgen also threatened threatens to ban Timmy from visiting other months of that year if he interferes with the election of "President [=McGovern=]".
* In the ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' episode "We Call It Maze", Dr. Doofenshmirtz reveals that he's no longer welcome in Albania after he [[NoodleIncident somehow provoked the ambassador's wife]].



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Chowder}}'' episode "Banned From the Stand" featured Mung Daal being [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin banned from Gazpacho's fruit stand]] simply because Mung disagreed with him on what shade of green Flossberries turns your teeth. Mung can't simply buy fruits from another stand because the fruit stand owner code allows Gazpacho to extend the ban to the other fruit stands in Marzipan City, and Gazpacho declares Mung would get no more fruit until he admits he's right. After Mung tried (and failed) to buy fruits under several disguises, Gazpacho became so paranoid he banned everyone... [[HoistByHisOwnPetard even]] ''[[HoistByHisOwnPetard himself]]''. Because being banned from a stand last for as long as the stand remains, his only way out was destroying the stand and building a new one, from which [[spoiler:[[HereWeGoAgain Mung got himself banned after repeating the argument over the flossberries]]]].
* ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'': Lansky in "Moonlighting" has a RunningGag of "I can't go to (X). Long story."

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* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Chowder}}'' episode "Banned From from the Stand" featured Mung Daal being [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin banned from Gazpacho's fruit stand]] simply because Mung disagreed with him on what shade of green Flossberries turns your turn one's teeth. Mung can't simply buy fruits from another stand because [[ObstructiveCodeOfConduct the fruit stand owner code code]] allows Gazpacho to extend the ban to the other fruit stands in Marzipan City, and Gazpacho declares Mung would get no more fruit until he admits he's right. After Mung tried tries (and failed) fails) to buy fruits under several disguises, Gazpacho became becomes so paranoid he banned everyone... bans everyone, [[HoistByHisOwnPetard even]] ''[[HoistByHisOwnPetard himself]]''. Because being banned from even himself]]. As the code requires that a stand last ban lasts for as long as the stand remains, exists, his only way out was destroying is to destroy the stand and building build a new one, from which [[spoiler:[[HereWeGoAgain Mung got gets himself banned after repeating the argument over the flossberries]]]].
* ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'': Lansky in "Moonlighting" has a RunningGag of "I can't go to (X). [[ItsALongStory Long story."]]"



* In ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', Peter alludes to being banned from Sea World for something when he prepares to explain to Chris what a whale's blowhole is for (or more specifically, what a whale's blowhole is ''not'' for), but [[NoodleIncident we never hear it]] due to the scene shifting. The closest to an explanation given is from Seth [=MacFarland=]'s in-character commentary for the episode, where he, in Peter's voice, claimed that he had sex with a whale's blowhole.
* WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}, Pam, Cheryl, Malory, Lana, Cyril, Ray, and probably the rest of ISIS are banned from Canada after the events of ''The Limited''.
-->'''Ray''': Au revoir, sweet man-whores of Montreal.
* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'', Puck spends most of the series trying to find a way to delay his return to Avalon because he finds mortals so amusing. Oberon eventually gives him [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor exactly what he wants]] by banishing Puck from Avalon ''forever''. Puck falls to his knees begging Oberon to reconsider but to no avail.
* ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' ban themselves from Townsville in their movie since the populace hates them for wrecking the city and after Mojo's army of monkeys take over even the Professor doubts them. The girls eventually return to show what they're capable of when Mojo threatens the Professor.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' episode "Beach Party", the Gems are temporarily banned from Fish Stew Pizza when their adventures wreck the sign. Since apart from Steven [[TheNeedless the Gems don't actually need to eat]], they aren't particularly sad about this.
-->'''Pearl''': What were we banned from again?
** In "Serious Steven", Steven was banned from the rides at Funland "forever" after accidentally destroying some of them[[spoiler:, although as of "Too Short to Ride", this ban has apparently been lifted]]. In "Future Boy Zoltron", Steven begs Funland's owner Mr. Smiley not to ban him from any more of his businesses after accidentally breaking the titular fortune-telling machine.
* This happened to Grunkle Stan of ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls''. In "Blendin's Game", he reveals that a NoodleIncident where he tried to have Soos' Birthday removed from calendars caused him to be deemed a flight hazard and barred from airplanes. "A Tale of Two Stans" shows that his various scams and swindles have gotten him chased out of at least twenty states. To make matters worse, since he was [[spoiler:using his brother's name]] at the time, [[spoiler:it's actually ''Ford'' on the no-fly list. Then again, Stanley is ''legally dead'']].

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* In ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', Peter alludes to being banned from Sea World for something when he prepares to explain to Chris what a whale's blowhole is for (or more specifically, what a whale's blowhole is ''not'' for), but [[NoodleIncident we never hear it]] due to the scene shifting. The It's strongly ''[[CaughtWithYourPantsDown implied]]'' he had sex with the blowhole, but the closest we get to an explanation given admission is from Seth [=MacFarland=]'s Creator/SethMacFarlane's in-character commentary for the episode, where episode (in which he, in Peter's voice, claimed that explicitly says he had sex with a whale's blowhole.
did).
* WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}, Pam, Cheryl, Malory, Lana, Cyril, Ray, and probably the rest of ISIS are banned from Canada after the events of ''The Limited''.
-->'''Ray''': Au revoir,
"The Limited".
-->'''Ray:''' ''Au revoir'',
sweet man-whores of Montreal.
* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'', Puck spends most of the series trying to find a way to delay his return to Avalon because he finds mortals so amusing. Oberon eventually gives him [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor exactly what he wants]] by banishing Puck from Avalon ''forever''. Puck falls to his knees begging Oberon to reconsider reconsider, but to no avail.
* ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' ban themselves from Townsville in their movie since TheMovie, as the populace hates them for wrecking the city and city; after Mojo's army of monkeys take over over, even the Professor doubts them. The girls eventually return to show what they're capable of when Mojo threatens the Professor.
* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'':
**
In the ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' episode "Beach Party", the Gems are temporarily banned from Fish Stew Pizza when their adventures wreck the sign. Since apart from Steven [[TheNeedless the Gems don't actually need to eat]], they aren't particularly sad about this.
-->'''Pearl''': -->'''Pearl:''' What were we banned from again?
** In "Serious Steven", Steven was is banned from the rides at Funland "forever" after accidentally destroying some of them[[spoiler:, although them [[spoiler:although as of "Too Short to Ride", this ban has apparently been lifted]]. lifted]].
**
In "Future Boy Zoltron", Steven begs Funland's owner Mr. Smiley not to ban him from any more of his businesses after accidentally breaking the titular fortune-telling machine.
* This happened to Grunkle Stan of ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls''. In the ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' episode "Blendin's Game", he Grunkle Stan reveals that a NoodleIncident where he tried to have Soos' Birthday removed from calendars calendars, which caused him to be deemed a flight hazard and barred from airplanes. "A Tale of Two Stans" shows that his various scams and swindles have gotten him chased out of at least twenty states. To make matters worse, since he was [[spoiler:using his brother's name]] at the time, [[spoiler:it's actually ''Ford'' on the no-fly list. Then again, Stanley is ''legally dead'']].



* This is essentially the idea behind most restraining orders, to keep someone away from someone or someplace after they do something bad to them.
** To the location end of things, while a restraining order (i.e., as in the legal document) may not necessarily be in place, small businesses -- often, service-oriented, such as restaurants and bars -- may verbally (and back in writing on a company letterhead) ban someone from a business for a specified (often indefinite) period of time. Common offenses include passing bad checks and repeatedly harassing employees and/or customers, although more serious offenses, such as theft, assault and otherwise causing trouble are also reason enough to ban someone.
* When an employee is fired for such reasons as poor performance, insubordination, neglect of duty/"no show," etc., but more often a layoff (which is usually financial and non-performance related), they will often be banned from re-applying only for a certain number of years. However, the fired employee will often be permitted to reapply after the "ban" expires or is otherwise lifted. This is called "termination without prejudice," meaning a fired employee can be considered for a future opening. [[note]]Fired employees sometimes will reapply sooner, such as when new management is in place, lending credence to their dismissal not necessarily being the fault of the (fired) employee. Many times, a rehire can happen after the manager who did the firing leaves the company (sometimes, ironically enough, if the manager himself was terminated), and other employees/mangers with whom the ex-employee was friendly with are still employed by the company, and can vouch for him with the new management. Plus, an employee who was fired earlier in his career may have proven, through employment elsewhere, that he/she has improved to warrant a second chance.[[/note]] However, the more severe form is lifetime banishment from a company, usually for the most serious offenses: fraud (such as resume fraud), gross misconduct, severe insubordination, committing a crime (often, assault or theft, not even necessarily while on duty) or being completely and grossly incompetent or ill-suited for the job. This latter instance is called "termination with prejudice," meaning the company will not consider the fired employee for employment in the future. (This usage spilled over into government work, including clandestine government work, where it in turn led to the somewhat morbid joke "termination with extreme prejudice," i.e. [[DeadlyEuphemism killing the person]].)
* Michael Savage is [[BannedInChina banned from entering the UK]] for "inciting hatred" against Muslims.
* Creator/CharlieChaplin was banned from the USA during the RedScare and the [=McCarthy=] era, a situation that he parodied in ''Film/AKingInNewYork''. He was allowed back in with open arms in the early 1970's.
* Fred Phelps (the late leader of Westboro Baptist Church) was banned from several places, most notably the UK. Ironically after changing his ways, he was excommunicated from his church.
* Semi-related, but comedian Creator/AndrewDiceClay is the only person to be banned from Creator/{{MTV}}.
** He was, apparently, unbanned at some point before [[http://www.mtv.com/photos/vma-2011-backstage-moments/1669000/6498896/photo.jhtml attending the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards]].
%%* At least one musician is banned for life from England's Channel 4 for saying "Fuck" before the WaterShed.
* Music/OzzyOsbourne got himself banned from San Antonio, Texas, after he drunkenly urinated on the Alamo.
* For several years in the late 1980s, a UsefulNotes/CoastGuard cutter which shall remain nameless was banned from the port of Juneau, Alaska, until the crew (due to the usual billet changes and rotations) was almost entirely replaced. Upon its eventual return, Leslie Fish's filk song made the rounds of the enlisted decks.
* SnoopDogg has been banned from entering the UK, Australia and Sweden on various occasions, and is currently banned from entering Norway.
* This is quite frequently the fate of anybody caught counting cards at a casino blackjack table. While card counting mentally is legal, so is banning players for virtually any reason besides discrimination, making ''Film/RainMan'' a case of [[TruthInTelevision Truth In Hollywood]].
** World Memory Champion Dominic O'Brien was banned from every casino in the UK.
** Likewise, every known member of the famous MIT Blackjack Team is banned for life from most if not all casinos in the US, including every casino on the Las Vegas Strip.
* [[http://www.flickr.com/photos/btricomi/sets/72157603931562612/with/4370806405/ Arielle Juliette]], belly dancer from Madison, Wisconsin. Plans were supposedly [[WhatCouldHaveBeen afoot to get her banned from performing in Bury, Bolton and some other parts of Greater Manchester]], all areas OopNorth, but thankfully this never happened.
** It's still not known WhatCouldHaveBeen, considering [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff that she's more popular in Greater Manchester than Madison, Wisconsin]]...
* Rustycon 1995: A UsefulNotes/{{Seattle}}, Washington area science-fiction convention already notorious for its wild partying was put into a very fancy Hyatt hotel. The hotel staff was clueless about what to expect, resulting in business guests being put on the same floor as the party wing. Among the highlights were an intoxicated person crashing ''through'' a plate glass window, sabotage to the fire alarm, broken elevators, several chandeliers being ripped down, and damage to the lobby artwork that reached the five-figures mark. It took almost ''twenty years'' before downtown Bellevue hosted another sci-fi convention.
** In general, conventions and expos that don't have a permanent location tend to get banned, be it for sci-fi, video games, or furries, some idiots will inevitably do something so stupid/dangerous/damaging that the city will refuse to grant them permits.
** Tekkoshocon in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania isn't banned from the city itself, but a few hotels have blacklisted it after one particularly drunk and riotous pair painted their room floor to ceiling, smashed the toilet, and ''rode a dresser down the stairs like a bob-sled''. Obviously, the individuals themselves are no longer allowed at the convention, either.
** Anime Weekend Atlanta got blacklisted from one hotel after some guests dressed as [[Franchise/StarTrek Klingons]] got drunk and disorderly, up to and including taking several of the hotel's doors off their hinges. This resulted in one of AWA's three iron-clad rules: "No [[PrecisionFStrike Fucking]] Klingons!"
** The Seattle furry convention Rainfurrest was banned from its hotel after its 2015 event for large amounts of vandalism to the building and the resultant costs owed to the hotel. The two most commonly cited problems are deliberate flooding of rooms, which caused damage to offices, and wearing of fetish gear around the general public despite being told not to. This is known as the "Rainfurrest Incident" amongst the FurryFandom and the inability to get a hotel for the 2016 effectively led to the convention being cancelled forever. Many members of the fandom have become more resilient against stupid behavior at conventions as a result, but at the time, the staff were unable to deal with it.
* Also banned from the UK is Terry Jones. No, not the Creator/MontyPython one (it would be legally impossible to ban him, as he is a British citizen). No, we're talking about [[TheFundamentalist the American one that holds Koran burnings]].
* The man who started the NBA [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pacers-Pistons_brawl Pacers-Pistons brawl]] (a.k.a. [[FanNickname The Malice at the Palace]]) got a season ticket revocation and a lifetime ban from the arena.
* There was an attempt to ban the German film, ''Film/TheTinDrum'' in Oklahoma due to the belief that it was child pornography. The director personally spoke to law makers to get the ruling overturned. He succeeded.
* Kurt Waldheim was Secretary-General of the UN and then President of Austria. He was also maybe a [[NaziGrandpa former Nazi intelligence officer]]. The controversy got so bad that by the time he was President of Austria he was not allowed to enter the United States, or many European countries. Nobody ever found conclusive proof (and at least one author claimed he was framed by Mossad), so Waldheim was never prosecuted.
* Creator/RichardGere is banned from China, probably due to the fact that he's openly against China's occupation of Tibet.
* The Sheraton hotel chain will not host a [[BrotherhoodOfFunnyHats Shriners' convention]], owing to the extreme rowdiness and damages that tend to follow them. Ray Stevens' song "Shriner's Convention" involved molestation, extreme intoxication, and a motorcycle going off a high diving board; the real ones aren't nearly that sedate. (Bear in mind: it's based on a convention he attended.)
* The Bullingdon Club, a near-equivalent to the Shriners (although catering to young {{Upper Class Twit}}s--with the occasional GentlemanSnarker--at [[{{Oxbridge}} Oxford]] rather than middle-aged, middle-class Americans), are effectively banned from every bar and restaurant in the country for much the same reason, but get around it by the simple expedient of booking function rooms through some sort of shell corporation and [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney writing cheques for the cost of repairing the venue]] as they stagger away from the wreckage.
** Then you realize that both UsefulNotes/DavidCameron and UsefulNotes/BorisJohnson were both members... and also [[UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfWindsor Edward VII and Edward VIII]]... and pretty much every notable male Tory Oxonian since the late 19th century.
* During UsefulNotes/WorldWarII the Allies tried to quarter ANZAC troops in Cairo. The Egyptian government refused, saying that while New Zealanders were welcome, the city was still recovering from the victory celebration the Australian troops gave in [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarOne the last world war]].
* [[UsefulNotes/AncientGreece Ancient Athens]] had a procedure known as ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ostracism ostracism]]'', in which people would hold a vote on whoever was seen as the worst threat to society; the selected citizen would then be banished from Athens for a period of ten years. Notably, the penalty did not include confiscation of property or any other loss of status; very often, the ostracized citizen was actually very well-respected, but had gotten into some kind of fight with another well-respected major figure, threatening the stability of the city, and thus one or the other had to go to keep the peace.
* Frequently happens on internet forums, for obvious reasons. Sometimes, the members who were banned make spin-off forums, as sort of a "refugee camp" for banned users so to speak. Other people may try to sign up under a different name to keep trolling the place.
* Many privately owned establishments, whether they be sports stadiums, restaurants, or retail stores, may ban a specific customer/consumer for life if they have done something worthy of the ban. (See Website/NotAlwaysRight)
* Creator/ChuckAusten was essentially excommunicated from the comic book industry after ''retailers'' told Marvel and DC that they wouldn't buy his books.
* Creator/AdamSandler was banned from the campus of a Nebraska state college after he was caught getting high with some students after a comedy performance
* It's not entirely uncommon for spies, working under a cover of being diplomatic staff at an embassy (or actual diplomats, spying in addition to their official duties), being ejected from a country after being caught, or sometimes just in response to one of the host country's spies or diplomats being similarly ejected from the other country. Not worth the trouble or fuss to arrest them for spying and cause a diplomatic incident, and it gets the troublesome individual out of your yard.
* UsefulNotes/TheodoreRoosevelt pissed off the nation of Colombia due to his actions concerning the construction of the Panama Canal; when asked why he had left it off his speaking tour of South America, he mentioned that he was "not a ''persona grata''" in that country.
* In response to the death of Sergei Magnitsky, the US passed [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnitsky_Act The Magnitsky Act]] PNG'ing 18 people believed to be responsible for his death. In response, Russia banned American adoption of Russian children and PNG'd back 18 individuals involved with either the Guantanamo Bay prison camp or the prosecution of two Russian citizens. John Yoo (from the Gitmo list), for one, is know to be [[InsultBackfire quite proud of his inclusion.]]
* Another Russia-US example. After the overthrow of Viktor Yanukovich in Ukraine and the subsequent sectarian conflicts in eastern Ukraine, the US and Russia went back-and-forth with economic sanctions. The Russians have actually banned a good number of US politicians in retaliation.
* The government of UsefulNotes/{{Azerbaijan}} has compiled a blacklist of people, mainly foreign politicians, ambassadors, and even famous entertainers, who are no longer allowed entry into the country because they visited UsefulNotes/NagornoKarabakh, a breakaway, ''de facto'' country that seceded from Azerbaijan with the fall of the Soviet Union, but that Azerbaijan still claims as theirs.
* Inverted in China recently - [[http://www.chinadailyasia.com/news/2013-11/06/content_15096825.html failure to obey Chinese court rulings, including debt payments,]] doesn't get you banned from the country. You will be barred from leaving!

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* This is essentially the idea behind most restraining orders, to keep someone away from someone or someplace after they do something bad to them.
** To the location end of things, while a restraining order (i.e., as in the legal document) may not necessarily be in place, small businesses -- often, service-oriented, such as restaurants and bars -- may verbally (and back in writing on a company letterhead) ban someone from a business for a specified (often indefinite) period of time. Common offenses include passing bad checks and repeatedly harassing employees and/or customers, although more serious offenses, such as theft, assault and otherwise causing trouble are also reason enough to ban someone.
* When an employee is fired for such reasons as poor performance, insubordination, neglect of duty/"no show," etc., but more often a layoff (which is usually financial and non-performance related), they will often be

[[AC:Artists]]\\
Sometimes creators themselves get
banned from re-applying only for a certain number of years. However, venues, or even entire countries, whether for expressing certain political views, or just causing general mayhem and destruction.
* In
the fired employee will late 80s and early 90s, various members of Music/XJapan (and occasionally the entire band) were banned from various restaurants, hotels, bars, and drinking establishments around Tokyo and elsewhere in Japan, due to the band's tendencies to start [[BarBrawl fights]]. Some bars even had "No Yoshiki" or [[VisualKei "No Blondes"]] (since Yoshiki and other VK rockers that tended to cause trouble often be permitted had blonde hair) signs, and the band still holds the record for most damage done to reapply a Japanese hotel. [[KungShui Not just the room -- the entire hotel.]]
* At one time, it was almost a point of pride for many punk rock, heavy metal, and hard rock bands to get themselves banned from venues and hotels, typically after trashing their rooms or starting riots at the venues, but also for violating local obscenity laws. Several have been banned from performing in entire states or countries, usually on obscenity grounds.
** Music/{{GWAR}} was at one time banned from the state of North Carolina, for certain... elements of their costuming.
** Music/BadBrains was at one time banned at nearly every nightclub and performance venue in Washington D.C.
** Music/TheWho at one time held the record for this, thanks to the antics of the late Keith Moon.
** Music/TheWorldInfernoFriendshipSociety The World/Inferno Friendship Society is banned from Cha-Cha's of Coney Island, after what happened at [[NoodleIncident that one show in 2007]].[[note]] Supposedly Cha-Cha's even calls other venues the band is playing at to try and warn the owners to cancel the show.[[/note]] Prior to 2003 the band was also banned from a few venues that they'd [[ImpressivePyrotechnics set on fire]].
* Music/GunsNRoses was commonly believed to have been banned from St. Louis
after the "ban" expires or 1991 Riverport Riot. It turns out, though, that it's the ''band'' who didn't want to come back; the riot started when frontman Axl Rose spotted a bootlegger, which pressed his BerserkButton and caused him to storm off the stage. While many venues in the city were reluctant to have them back and Rose was charged with starting the riot (and later acquitted), there was never a formal ban. The self-imposed exile ended in 2017.
* Music/HourOfPenance
is otherwise lifted. This almost assuredly banned from Alicante, Spain after an incident where they were scheduled to play a club in the city near the tail-end of a European tour, only to have their performance cancelled when then-drummer Mauro Mercurio drunkenly caused thousands of dollars' worth of damage to a backstage area in the club. The band was nearly arrested, Francesco Pauli voluntarily quit the band, and Mauro was unceremoniously ejected as a result.
* During a 1985 show in Switzerland, the PostPunk band Swans were actually arrested onstage and asked to ''leave the country'' for being too loud.
* Hanatarash were banned from most venues for years, for reasons that only Wiki/TheOtherWiki [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hanatarash could adequately explain with a straight face]]. [[RefugeInAudacity And yes, there
is called "termination without prejudice," meaning a fired employee can be considered video.]]
* Music/OzzyOsbourne was banned from the city of San Antonio, Texas
for a future opening. [[note]]Fired employees sometimes will reapply sooner, such as when new management decade, for urinating on a cenotaph outside The Alamo. [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext While wearing a dress.]][[note]]It turns out that Mrs. Osbourne had confiscated her husband's clothing after realizing he was too wasted to be presentable in public. [[AlcoholInducedIdiocy Ozzy wasn't going to let a little thing like that stop him]], so he put on one of Sharon's dresses and went out anyway, still bombed out of his mind.[[/note]]
* The Acacia Strain
is on more than a few venue blacklists thanks to numerous incidents where the crowd got violent to the point where significant damage was caused to the venues, resulting in place, lending credence to their dismissal quite a few preemptive bans from other venues.
* The Music/InsaneClownPosse has earned its share of blackballs,
not necessarily being the fault because of the (fired) employee. Many times, a rehire can happen after band itself or its inflammatory lyrics, but rather the manager who did extreme rowdiness of their "Juggalo" fan following, which the firing leaves [=FBI=] once went as far as to declare a gang. The 2014 "Gathering of the company (sometimes, ironically enough, if the manager himself Juggalos" needed three tries to find a venue that was terminated), and other employees/mangers with whom the ex-employee was friendly with are still employed by the company, and can vouch for him willing to deal with the new management. Plus, an employee complaints of their outraged neighbors.
* Music/{{Skinless}} was banned from the Palladium in Worcester, Massachusetts in 2002 after Sherwood Webber stagedived onto some police and paramedics
who were tending to an injured fan. The cops let it slide -- until Webber began insulting the police onstage. This resulted in the venue cutting their power and the police forcibly removing them from the building. The ban was fired earlier in his career may have proven, through employment elsewhere, lifted after Jason Keyser took Webber's place on vocals, but with Webber back post-reunion, it is likely that he/she has improved they are banned once again.
* Music/{{Unearth}} ran into some problems on their early run of tours due
to warrant a second chance.[[/note]] However, founding bassist Chris Rybicki and his record with the more severe form is authorities in Canada, which made entry for him and the band as a whole into the country difficult. This culminated in an incident in 2001 where the band set out for what vocalist Trevor Phipps later characterized as a "last shot" to get across the border with Rybicki, only to discover halfway there that he had stowed away a fifth of vodka prior to departure. Upon proving reluctant to simply dispose of the fifth despite pleas from the other members, Rybicki instead decided to hide it by ''downing the entire fifth on his own'' and then hide himself in the back of the tour van. Unfortunately, the band was stopped at the border and an inebriated Rybicki was discovered by the guards, at which point Unearth was turned away and Rybicki apparently slapped with a lifetime banishment ban from a company, usually for the most serious offenses: fraud (such as resume fraud), gross misconduct, severe insubordination, committing a crime (often, assault or theft, not even necessarily while on duty) or being completely and grossly incompetent or ill-suited for the job. Canada. This latter instance is called "termination with prejudice," meaning eventually forced Rybicki to leave the company will not consider the fired employee for employment in the future. (This usage spilled over into government work, including clandestine government work, where it in turn led band so that they could gain entry to the somewhat morbid joke "termination country (and its numerous metalcore-friendly venues) with extreme prejudice," i.e. [[DeadlyEuphemism killing the person]].)
a new bassist (John Maggard).
* Borg Ward in Milwaukee made headlines on various metal sites by banning ''the entire genre of metalcore'' from performing there, after their fans continuously caused significant structural damage during mosh pits.
* Michael Savage is [[BannedInChina banned from entering the UK]] United Kingdom]] for "inciting hatred" against Muslims.
* Creator/CharlieChaplin was banned from the USA United States during the RedScare and the [=McCarthy=] era, a situation that he parodied in ''Film/AKingInNewYork''. He was allowed back in with open arms in the early 1970's.
1970s.
* Fred Phelps (the late leader of Westboro Baptist Church) was banned from several places, most notably the UK. Ironically after changing his ways, he was excommunicated from his church.
* Semi-related, but comedian
Comedian Creator/AndrewDiceClay is the only person to be banned from Creator/{{MTV}}.
**
Creator/{{MTV}}. He was, apparently, unbanned at some point before [[http://www.mtv.com/photos/vma-2011-backstage-moments/1669000/6498896/photo.jhtml attending the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards]].
%%* At least one musician * Creator/RichardGere is banned for life from England's Channel 4 for saying "Fuck" before the WaterShed.
* Music/OzzyOsbourne got himself
banned from San Antonio, Texas, after he drunkenly urinated on the Alamo.
China, probably because he's openly against China's occupation of Tibet.
* For several years in the late 1980s, a UsefulNotes/CoastGuard cutter which shall remain nameless Creator/ChuckAusten was banned essentially excommunicated from the port of Juneau, Alaska, until the crew (due to the usual billet changes comic book industry after retailers told Marvel and rotations) was almost entirely replaced. Upon its eventual return, Leslie Fish's filk song made the rounds of the enlisted decks.
* SnoopDogg has been banned from entering the UK, Australia and Sweden on various occasions, and is currently banned from entering Norway.
* This is quite frequently the fate of anybody caught counting cards at a casino blackjack table. While card counting mentally is legal, so is banning players for virtually any reason besides discrimination, making ''Film/RainMan'' a case of [[TruthInTelevision Truth In Hollywood]].
** World Memory Champion Dominic O'Brien was banned from every casino in the UK.
** Likewise, every known member of the famous MIT Blackjack Team is banned for life from most if not all casinos in the US, including every casino on the Las Vegas Strip.
* [[http://www.flickr.com/photos/btricomi/sets/72157603931562612/with/4370806405/ Arielle Juliette]], belly dancer from Madison, Wisconsin. Plans were supposedly [[WhatCouldHaveBeen afoot to get her banned from performing in Bury, Bolton and some other parts of Greater Manchester]], all areas OopNorth, but thankfully this never happened.
** It's still not known WhatCouldHaveBeen, considering [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff
DC that she's more popular in Greater Manchester than Madison, Wisconsin]]...
* Rustycon 1995: A UsefulNotes/{{Seattle}}, Washington area science-fiction convention already notorious for its wild partying was put into a very fancy Hyatt hotel. The hotel staff was clueless about what to expect, resulting in business guests being put on the same floor as the party wing. Among the highlights were an intoxicated person crashing ''through'' a plate glass window, sabotage to the fire alarm, broken elevators, several chandeliers being ripped down, and damage to the lobby artwork that reached the five-figures mark. It took almost ''twenty years'' before downtown Bellevue hosted another sci-fi convention.
they wouldn't buy his books.
** In general, conventions and expos that don't have a permanent location tend to get banned, be it for sci-fi, video games, or furries, some idiots will inevitably do something so stupid/dangerous/damaging that the city will refuse to grant them permits.
** Tekkoshocon in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania isn't banned from the city itself, but a few hotels have blacklisted it after one particularly drunk and riotous pair painted their room floor to ceiling, smashed the toilet, and ''rode a dresser down the stairs like a bob-sled''. Obviously, the individuals themselves are no longer allowed at the convention, either.
** Anime Weekend Atlanta got blacklisted from one hotel after some guests dressed as [[Franchise/StarTrek Klingons]] got drunk and disorderly, up to and including taking several of the hotel's doors off their hinges. This resulted in one of AWA's three iron-clad rules: "No [[PrecisionFStrike Fucking]] Klingons!"
** The Seattle furry convention Rainfurrest was banned from its hotel after its 2015 event for large amounts of vandalism to the building and the resultant costs owed to the hotel. The two most commonly cited problems are deliberate flooding of rooms, which caused damage to offices, and wearing of fetish gear around the general public despite being told not to. This is known as the "Rainfurrest Incident" amongst the FurryFandom and the inability to get a hotel for the 2016 effectively led to the convention being cancelled forever. Many members of the fandom have become more resilient against stupid behavior at conventions as a result, but at the time, the staff were unable to deal with it.
* Also banned from the UK is Terry Jones. No, not the Creator/MontyPython one (it would be legally impossible to ban him, as he is a British citizen). No, we're talking about [[TheFundamentalist the American one that holds Koran burnings]].
* The man who started the NBA [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pacers-Pistons_brawl Pacers-Pistons brawl]] (a.k.a. [[FanNickname The Malice at the Palace]]) got a season ticket revocation and a lifetime ban from the arena.
* There was an attempt to ban the German film, ''Film/TheTinDrum'' in Oklahoma due to the belief that it was child pornography. The director personally spoke to law makers to get the ruling overturned. He succeeded.
* Kurt Waldheim was Secretary-General of the UN and then President of Austria. He was also maybe a [[NaziGrandpa former Nazi intelligence officer]]. The controversy got so bad that by the time he was President of Austria he was not allowed to enter the United States, or many European countries. Nobody ever found conclusive proof (and at least one author claimed he was framed by Mossad), so Waldheim was never prosecuted.
* Creator/RichardGere is banned from China, probably due to the fact that he's openly against China's occupation of Tibet.
* The Sheraton hotel chain will not host a [[BrotherhoodOfFunnyHats Shriners' convention]], owing to the extreme rowdiness and damages that tend to follow them. Ray Stevens' song "Shriner's Convention" involved molestation, extreme intoxication, and a motorcycle going off a high diving board; the real ones aren't nearly that sedate. (Bear in mind: it's based on a convention he attended.)
* The Bullingdon Club, a near-equivalent to the Shriners (although catering to young {{Upper Class Twit}}s--with the occasional GentlemanSnarker--at [[{{Oxbridge}} Oxford]] rather than middle-aged, middle-class Americans), are effectively banned from every bar and restaurant in the country for much the same reason, but get around it by the simple expedient of booking function rooms through some sort of shell corporation and [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney writing cheques for the cost of repairing the venue]] as they stagger away from the wreckage.
** Then you realize that both UsefulNotes/DavidCameron and UsefulNotes/BorisJohnson were both members... and also [[UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfWindsor Edward VII and Edward VIII]]... and pretty much every notable male Tory Oxonian since the late 19th century.
* During UsefulNotes/WorldWarII the Allies tried to quarter ANZAC troops in Cairo. The Egyptian government refused, saying that while New Zealanders were welcome, the city was still recovering from the victory celebration the Australian troops gave in [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarOne the last world war]].
* [[UsefulNotes/AncientGreece Ancient Athens]] had a procedure known as ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ostracism ostracism]]'', in which people would hold a vote on whoever was seen as the worst threat to society; the selected citizen would then be banished from Athens for a period of ten years. Notably, the penalty did not include confiscation of property or any other loss of status; very often, the ostracized citizen was actually very well-respected, but had gotten into some kind of fight with another well-respected major figure, threatening the stability of the city, and thus one or the other had to go to keep the peace.
* Frequently happens on internet forums, for obvious reasons. Sometimes, the members who were banned make spin-off forums, as sort of a "refugee camp" for banned users so to speak. Other people may try to sign up under a different name to keep trolling the place.
* Many privately owned establishments, whether they be sports stadiums, restaurants, or retail stores, may ban a specific customer/consumer for life if they have done something worthy of the ban. (See Website/NotAlwaysRight)
* Creator/ChuckAusten was essentially excommunicated from the comic book industry after ''retailers'' told Marvel and DC that they wouldn't buy his books.
* Creator/AdamSandler was banned from the campus of a Nebraska state college after he was caught getting high with some students after a comedy performance
* It's not entirely uncommon for spies, working under a cover of being diplomatic staff at an embassy (or actual diplomats, spying in addition to their official duties), being ejected from a country after being caught, or sometimes just in response to one of the host country's spies or diplomats being similarly ejected from the other country. Not worth the trouble or fuss to arrest them for spying and cause a diplomatic incident, and it gets the troublesome individual out of your yard.
* UsefulNotes/TheodoreRoosevelt pissed off the nation of Colombia due to his actions concerning the construction of the Panama Canal; when asked why he had left it off his speaking tour of South America, he mentioned that he was "not a ''persona grata''" in that country.
* In response to the death of Sergei Magnitsky, the US passed [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnitsky_Act The Magnitsky Act]] PNG'ing 18 people believed to be responsible for his death. In response, Russia banned American adoption of Russian children and PNG'd back 18 individuals involved with either the Guantanamo Bay prison camp or the prosecution of two Russian citizens. John Yoo (from the Gitmo list), for one, is know to be [[InsultBackfire quite proud of his inclusion.]]
* Another Russia-US example. After the overthrow of Viktor Yanukovich in Ukraine and the subsequent sectarian conflicts in eastern Ukraine, the US and Russia went back-and-forth with economic sanctions. The Russians have actually banned a good number of US politicians in retaliation.
* The government of UsefulNotes/{{Azerbaijan}} has compiled a blacklist of people, mainly foreign politicians, ambassadors, and even famous entertainers, who are no longer allowed entry into the country because they visited UsefulNotes/NagornoKarabakh, a breakaway, ''de facto'' country that seceded from Azerbaijan with the fall of the Soviet Union, but that Azerbaijan still claims as theirs.
* Inverted in China recently - [[http://www.chinadailyasia.com/news/2013-11/06/content_15096825.html failure to obey Chinese court rulings, including debt payments,]] doesn't get you banned from the country. You will be barred from leaving!
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* Donald Sterling, the former owner of the NBA's Los Angeles Clippers, was thrust in the center of a scandal in April of 2014 when audio was leaked of him asking his girlfriend not to "bring black people to Clippers games", amongst other things. Having already been accused of racism by the people he rents his real estate out to, once the NBA authenticated his voice, they decided to ban him from setting foot on NBA property for life, and removed any and all authority he held over the team.
* ''{{Webcomic/Home stuck}}'' cosplayers are banned from many conventions and hotels due to the problem with cosplayers applying body paint that gets on anything they touch (and the few bad apples who ruin it for everyone else)
* Excommunication in the Catholic Church does ''[[AvertedTrope NOT]]'' apply here, no mater how the word has been abused in other contexts, and contrary to popular belief. An excommunication merely says that a Catholic under the penalty cannot receive any of the Sacraments (usually Holy Communion, Annointing of the Sick and Confession, which are the three that a Catholic can receive repeatedly under normal circumstances) until the excommunication is lifted. An excommunicate Catholic is still obligated to go to Mass on Sundays and Holy Days and is not physically banned from Church property.
** Until 1983, a more severe grade of excommunication, ''excommunicatio vitandus'', not only forbade the excommunicated person from attending church but also forbade practicing Catholics from associating with him.
* Because of the highly contentious nature of Middle East politics when it comes to Israel, at present sixteen different countries[[note]]Algeria, Bangladesh, Brunei, Iran, Iraq (though Iraqi Kurdistan is OK), Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Malaysia, Oman, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, UAE, Yemen; Malaysia and Pakistan will allow entry if a clearance permit from security services is obtained beforehand[[/note]] will generally not allow anyone to enter with an Israeli passport (Israel also has a similar policy for a list of countries it terms "enemy states" - they are not strictly lined up one-to-one, though, and Israel will let those citizens in with explicit permission from the Israeli government). Eight of these[[note]]Iran, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Yemen[[/note]] go farther and won't accept ''any'' country's passport that shows evidence of being handled by Israeli authorities like a stamp or a visa. Multiple passports can be used to get around the problem, either by holding dual citizenship (by using the non-Israeli passport since the Israeli one is required for Israeli border control) or getting multiple passports from the same country if national law forbids multiple citizenship (e.g., Austria, Germany). Israeli border control has also implemented stamping separate pieces of paper rather than the pages of the passport itself so that the evidence may be disposed of once you leave.
* UsefulNotes/MajorLeagueBaseball maintains a list of "permanently ineligible" people who are not allowed to have business associations with MLB or any of its affiliates (teams, minor leagues, Baseball Hall of Fame, current players via acting as their agents, etc.) - it's commonly known as a "lifetime ban", though that's not strictly accurate since the ban can last less than a lifetime (the Commissioner can reinstate them at his discretion - most stints on the list last only for a few years) or beyond death (in the case of Hall of Fame eligibility). The two most notable players who are currently on this list are "Shoeless" Joe Jackson (for his involvement in the 1919 Black Sox Scandal - he died in 1951 but still cannot be enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame because of the ban) and all-time hits leader Pete Rose (for betting on baseball games while he was a player or player-manager for the Cincinnati Reds; Rose maintains he always bet on the Reds to win and the 1989 Dowd Report that brought about the ban found no evidence that Rose ever bet against the Reds, but Rule 21 makes no distinction about on whom the bet is placed - the act of betting at all on a game the bettor is involved in is grounds for a ban).
* ''[[UsefulNotes/BritishNewspapers The Sun]]'' is, for all extent and purposes, banned from Liverpool after the paper published [[BlatantLies malicious and disgusting lies]] about how Liverpool FC fans attacked victims of the 1989 Hillsborough football stadium disaster... [[TooDumbToLive on a day of mourning dedicated to the victims]]. In February 2017, ten months after an inquest cleared the victims of wrongdoing and blamed the police for their deaths[[note]]the infamous report had accused fans of beating up cops[[/note]], [[http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-merseyside-38933817 Liverpool FC themselves banned ''Sun'' journalists from club premises]]. (Incidentally, said inquest did not get front page coverage on ''The Sun'' - one of two national papers not to do so.)
** [[http://www.bbc.com/sport/football/39608149 Crosstown rivals Everton FC followed with their own ban two months later]], although it wasn't directly because of Hillsborough. ''Sun'' columnist Kelvin [=MacKenzie=] wrote an article comparing Everton midfielder Ross Barkley - whose grandfather was born in Nigeria - to a "gorilla", and said that people getting paid as much money in Liverpool were dealing drugs and in prison. Compounding the outrage from that article was the fact that [=MacKenzie=] was the editor of ''The Sun'' at the time of the Hillsborough disaster, and personally created the infamous ''The Truth'' front page. [[note]]Even more damning, the Barkley article ran days before the 28th anniversary of the disaster.[[/note]] (Ironically, his Barkley article was the last straw for ''The Sun'' themselves - they suspended [=MacKenzie=] the day after, and he wound up leaving the paper.) Not that Everton fans have been any kinder to ''The Sun'', though.
** Several petitions have called for ''The Sun'' to also be banned from Manchester following their coverage of the Manchester Arena bombing.
* Charles de Gaulle, former French World War 2 war hero and then President of the post-war Republic, was basically made this after shouting "Long live free Quebec!" in a speech to Canadians during the country's 100th anniversary. While he wasn't ''officially'' banned, the controversy that resulted made him cut his visit short and he never returned to Canada. Also interesting in that not only was his speech vehemently criticized in Canada and America, but also ''in France'', where it was seen as a serious breach of protocol.
* The Northern Ireland-based Ice Hockey team the Belfast Giants managed to do this to their owner. He bought a major share in the team in the beginning of the year from Jim Gillispie, who previously owned majority shares from 2003. About a month later, it was discovered he was a registered sex offender from Florida after being charged with Lewd or Lascivious Battery[[note]]Performing sexual acts with someone the age of 12 or older, but under the age of 16[[/note]] [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking as well as having lied about his age]]. Not only did the entire team cancel their contracts with the club, but the trust who managed the Odyssey Arena which the Giants played at invoked an out clause to ban the team from their arena until Knight sold his ownership of the team.
* Many countries will refuse to issue visas if they don't believe letting a person into the country who applied beforehand at a consulate/embassy would be wise, either because they feel they could be an illegal immigrant looking to work or they have a criminal conviction. [[SubvertedTrope That's not this trope]]. It's if they try to enter the country [[DoubleSubversion anyway]] which leads to them being declared ''persona non grata'' via an exclusion order, which means that even if they applied legally they'll still be denied a visa instantly and turned around at the border.
* The controversy in the Stanford sexual assault case.[[note]]Rapist got a lenient sentence of 6 months for raping a woman, then got it reduced further because the conviction [[InsaneTrollLogic would harm the rapist's career as a swimming athlete]][[/note]]. The perpetrator was banned for life by USA Swimming, which ended his aspirations of swimming for the USA Olympic team.
* After John Oliver made fun of the crown prince of Thailand on ''Series/LastWeekTonightWithJohnOliver'', he got put on their military watchlist. His response to this was to mock the royal families of the Netherlands, Denmark, and Kuwait, which all have similar laws on insulting royalty.
* In the late-'90s, government officials declared actress Creator/ClaireDanes persona non grata for her comment that Manila is a "ghastly" place due to its [[BrutalHonesty pollution and high poverty rate]], based on her observations while shooting for the film ''Brokedown Palace''.
* In the world of [[{{Pinball}} pinball]], Kevin Kulek of Skit-B Pinball attempted selling ''Film/{{Predator}}''-themed pinball machines without permission from Creator/{{Fox}}. When buyers and other pinball fans discovered this and called him out, Kulek was completely unapologetic about it. He [[BlatantLies played naive]] about everything from not understanding how rights work (thinking that permission consists simply of sending a letter and waiting for a "yes" back) to the definition of a "non-profit company" (thinking that it means any company that is not profiting). Combined with his reputation as a BadBoss by employees -- [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere all of which who walked out due to disagreements prior to the revelation]], leaving Kulek the only person remaining in his company -- the result was pinball manufacturers agreeing to never hire Kulek, along with pinball shows and conventions refusing to bring Kulek as a guest. Given that there's a lawsuit pending comprised of those who lost money from the ''Predator'' project, his life in pinball is most likely over.

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* Donald Sterling, the former owner of the NBA's Los Angeles Clippers, was thrust in the center of a scandal in April of 2014 when audio was leaked of him asking his girlfriend not to "bring black people to Clippers games", amongst other things. Having already been accused of racism by the people he rents his real estate out to, once the NBA authenticated his voice, they decided to ban him from setting foot on NBA property for life, and removed any and all authority he held over the team.
* ''{{Webcomic/Home stuck}}'' cosplayers are banned from many conventions and hotels due to the problem with cosplayers applying body paint that gets on anything they touch (and the few bad apples who ruin it for everyone else)
* Excommunication in the Catholic Church does ''[[AvertedTrope NOT]]'' apply here, no mater how the word has been abused in other contexts, and contrary to popular belief. An excommunication merely says that a Catholic under the penalty cannot receive any of the Sacraments (usually Holy Communion, Annointing of the Sick and Confession, which are the three that a Catholic can receive repeatedly under normal circumstances) until the excommunication is lifted. An excommunicate Catholic is still obligated to go to Mass on Sundays and Holy Days and is not physically banned from Church property.
** Until 1983, a more severe grade of excommunication, ''excommunicatio vitandus'', not only forbade the excommunicated person from attending church but also forbade practicing Catholics from associating with him.
* Because of the highly contentious nature of Middle East politics when it comes to Israel, at present sixteen different countries[[note]]Algeria, Bangladesh, Brunei, Iran, Iraq (though Iraqi Kurdistan is OK), Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Malaysia, Oman, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, UAE, Yemen; Malaysia and Pakistan will allow entry if a clearance permit from security services is obtained beforehand[[/note]] will generally not allow anyone to enter with an Israeli passport (Israel also has a similar policy for a list of countries it terms "enemy states" - they are not strictly lined up one-to-one, though, and Israel will let those citizens in with explicit permission from the Israeli government). Eight of these[[note]]Iran, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Yemen[[/note]] go farther and won't accept ''any'' country's passport that shows evidence of being handled by Israeli authorities like a stamp or a visa. Multiple passports can be used to get around the problem, either by holding dual citizenship (by using the non-Israeli passport since the Israeli one is required for Israeli border control) or getting multiple passports from the same country if national law forbids multiple citizenship (e.g., Austria, Germany). Israeli border control has also implemented stamping separate pieces of paper rather than the pages of the passport itself so that the evidence may be disposed of once you leave.
* UsefulNotes/MajorLeagueBaseball maintains a list of "permanently ineligible" people who are not allowed to have business associations with MLB or any of its affiliates (teams, minor leagues, Baseball Hall of Fame, current players via acting as their agents, etc.) - it's commonly known as a "lifetime ban", though that's not strictly accurate since the ban can last less than a lifetime (the Commissioner can reinstate them at his discretion - most stints on the list last only for a few years) or beyond death (in the case of Hall of Fame eligibility). The two most notable players who are currently on this list are "Shoeless" Joe Jackson (for his involvement in the 1919 Black Sox Scandal - he died in 1951 but still cannot be enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame because of the ban) and all-time hits leader Pete Rose (for betting on baseball games while he was a player or player-manager for the Cincinnati Reds; Rose maintains he always bet on the Reds to win and the 1989 Dowd Report that brought about the ban found no evidence that Rose ever bet against the Reds, but Rule 21 makes no distinction about on whom the bet is placed - the act of betting at all on a game the bettor is involved in is grounds for a ban).
* ''[[UsefulNotes/BritishNewspapers The Sun]]'' is, for all extent and purposes, banned from Liverpool after the paper published [[BlatantLies malicious and disgusting lies]] about how Liverpool FC fans attacked victims of the 1989 Hillsborough football stadium disaster... [[TooDumbToLive on a day of mourning dedicated to the victims]]. In February 2017, ten months after an inquest cleared the victims of wrongdoing and blamed the police for their deaths[[note]]the infamous report had accused fans of beating up cops[[/note]], [[http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-merseyside-38933817 Liverpool FC themselves banned ''Sun'' journalists from club premises]]. (Incidentally, said inquest did not get front page coverage on ''The Sun'' - one of two national papers not to do so.)
** [[http://www.bbc.com/sport/football/39608149 Crosstown rivals Everton FC followed with their own ban two months later]], although it wasn't directly because of Hillsborough. ''Sun'' columnist Kelvin [=MacKenzie=] wrote an article comparing Everton midfielder Ross Barkley - whose grandfather was born in Nigeria - to a "gorilla", and said that people getting paid as much money in Liverpool were dealing drugs and in prison. Compounding the outrage from that article was the fact that [=MacKenzie=] was the editor of ''The Sun'' at the time of the Hillsborough disaster, and personally created the infamous ''The Truth'' front page. [[note]]Even more damning, the Barkley article ran days before the 28th anniversary of the disaster.[[/note]] (Ironically, his Barkley article was the last straw for ''The Sun'' themselves - they suspended [=MacKenzie=] the day after, and he wound up leaving the paper.) Not that Everton fans have been any kinder to ''The Sun'', though.
** Several petitions have called for ''The Sun'' to also be banned from Manchester following their coverage of the Manchester Arena bombing.
* Charles de Gaulle, former French World War 2 war hero and then President of the post-war Republic, was basically made this after shouting "Long live free Quebec!" in a speech to Canadians during the country's 100th anniversary. While he wasn't ''officially'' banned, the controversy that resulted made him cut his visit short and he never returned to Canada. Also interesting in that not only was his speech vehemently criticized in Canada and America, but also ''in France'', where it was seen as a serious breach of protocol.
* The Northern Ireland-based Ice Hockey team the Belfast Giants managed to do this to their owner. He bought a major share in the team in the beginning of the year from Jim Gillispie, who previously owned majority shares from 2003. About a month later, it was discovered he was a registered sex offender from Florida after being charged with Lewd or Lascivious Battery[[note]]Performing sexual acts with someone the age of 12 or older, but under the age of 16[[/note]] [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking as well as having lied about his age]]. Not only did the entire team cancel their contracts with the club, but the trust who managed the Odyssey Arena which the Giants played at invoked an out clause to ban the team from their arena until Knight sold his ownership of the team.
* Many countries will refuse to issue visas if they don't believe letting a person into the country who applied beforehand at a consulate/embassy would be wise, either because they feel they could be an illegal immigrant looking to work or they have a criminal conviction. [[SubvertedTrope That's not this trope]]. It's if they try to enter the country [[DoubleSubversion anyway]] which leads to them being declared ''persona non grata'' via an exclusion order, which means that even if they applied legally they'll still be denied a visa instantly and turned around at the border.
* The controversy in the Stanford sexual assault case.[[note]]Rapist got a lenient sentence of 6 months for raping a woman, then got it reduced further because the conviction [[InsaneTrollLogic would harm the rapist's career as a swimming athlete]][[/note]]. The perpetrator was banned for life by USA Swimming, which ended his aspirations of swimming for the USA Olympic team.
* After John Oliver made fun of the crown prince of Thailand on ''Series/LastWeekTonightWithJohnOliver'', he got put on their military watchlist. His Thailand is well known for its ''lèse majesté'' law, which prohibits anyone from making fun of the royal family. Oliver's response to this was to mock the royal families of the Netherlands, Denmark, and Kuwait, which all have similar laws on insulting royalty.
* In the late-'90s, late 1990s, Philippine government officials declared actress Creator/ClaireDanes persona ''persona non grata grata'' for her comment that Manila is a "ghastly" place due to its [[BrutalHonesty pollution and high poverty rate]], based on her observations while shooting for the film ''Brokedown Palace''.
''Film/BrokedownPalace''.
* In the world of [[{{Pinball}} pinball]], Kevin Kulek of Skit-B Pinball attempted selling to sell ''Film/{{Predator}}''-themed pinball machines without permission from Creator/{{Fox}}. When buyers and other pinball fans discovered this and called him out, Kulek was completely unapologetic about it. He [[BlatantLies played naive]] about everything from not understanding how rights work (thinking that permission consists simply of sending a letter and waiting for a "yes" back) to the definition of a "non-profit company" (thinking that it means any company that is not profiting). Combined with his reputation as a BadBoss by employees -- [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere all of which who walked out due to disagreements prior to the revelation]], leaving Kulek the only person remaining in his company -- the result was pinball manufacturers agreeing to never hire Kulek, along with pinball shows and conventions refusing to bring Kulek as a guest. Given that there's a lawsuit pending comprised of those who lost money from the ''Predator'' project, his life in pinball is most likely over.


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Conventions are often hit with such bans, as some conventions tend to go overboard. In general, any convention or expo without a permanent location runs the risk of getting banned from certain venues, and all it takes is one or two idiots associated with them to do something stupid. Sometimes, the convention will [[StopBeingStereotypical go to great lengths]] to tell their guests to stop; other times, they wear getting banned as [[NoSuchThingAsBadPublicity a badge of honor]] (or at least sufficient quirkiness).
* Rustycon 1995, a science-fiction convention in the UsefulNotes/{{Seattle}} suburb of Bellevue, was already notorious for its wild partying when it was put in a very fancy Hyatt hotel. The hotel staff was clueless about what to expect, and they wound up putting business guests on the same floor as the party wing. Among the highlights were: an intoxicating person crashing ''through'' [[SuperWindowJump a plate-glass window]], sabotage to the fire alarm, broken elevators, several chandeliers being ripped down, and damage to the lobby artwork that reached five figures. It took almost twenty years for Bellevue to host another sci-fi convention.
* Tekkoshocon was banned from several hotels in UsefulNotes/{{Pittsburgh}} after one particularly drunk and riotous pair painted their room floor to ceiling, smashed the toilet, and rode a dresser down the stairs like a bobsled. The convention itself also blacklisted the individuals involved.
* Anime Weekend Atlanta was banned from one hotel after some guests dressed as [[Franchise/StarTrek Klingons]] got drunk and disorderly, to the point of taking several doors of their hinges. This resulted in one of AWA's three iron-clad rules: "No [[PrecisionFStrike fucking]] Klingons!"
* The Seattle furry convention Rainfurrest was banned from its hotel after its 2015 event for large amounts of vandalism to the building costing large amounts of money. The attendees deliberately flooded rooms, which caused damage to nearby offices, and also wore fetish gear around the general public despite being told not to. The convention couldn't find a new venue for 2016 and has effectively been cancelled indefinitely. The "Rainfurrest incident" made significant headway in the FurryFandom, leading them to be stricter about curbing bad convention behavior.
* The Sheraton hotel chain will not host a [[BrotherhoodOfFunnyHats Shriners' convention]], owing to the extreme rowdiness and damage that tends to follow them. Ray Stevens' song "Shriner's Convention" is based on such an event Stevens attended, and it involves molestation, extreme intoxication, and a motorcycle going off a high diving board. The real ones aren't nearly that sedate.
* The Bullingdon Club is a [[BrotherhoodOfFunnyHats secret society]] in Britain that's made up mostly of [[{{Oxbridge}} Oxford]] {{Upper Class Twit}}s, and it's been banned from nearly every bar and restaurant in Britain. They get around these bans by their habit of booking function rooms through a shell corporation and [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney writing cheques for the cost of repairing the venue]] as they stagger away from the wreckage. The Club is also notable for including nearly every notable male [[UsefulNotes/BritishPoliticalSystem Tory Oxonian]] since the late 19th century, including UsefulNotes/DavidCameron and UsefulNotes/BorisJohnson, as well as kings [[UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfWindsor Edward VII and Edward III]].
* ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' conventions tend to have issues with {{cosplay}}ers who apply body paint to anything and everything they touch; many are banned from hotels for this reason.

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* The man who started the NBA's [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pacers-Pistons_brawl Pacers-Pistons brawl]] (''a.k.a.'' [[FanNickname the Malice at the Palace]]) got a season ticket revocation and a lifetime ban from the arena.
* Donald Sterling, the former owner of the NBA's Los Angeles Clippers, was thrust in the center of a scandal in April of 2014 when audio was leaked of him asking his girlfriend not to "bring black people to Clippers games", amongst other things. Having already been accused of racism in his capacity as a real estate mogul, once the NBA authenticated his voice, they decided to ban him from setting foot on NBA property for life, and removed any and all authority he held over the team. (That said, they had to force him to ''sell'' the team, and he made out like a bandit.)
* UsefulNotes/MajorLeagueBaseball maintains a list of "permanently ineligible" people who are not allowed to have business associations with MLB or any of its affiliates (teams, minor leagues, Baseball Hall of Fame, current players via acting as their agents, ''etc.''). It's commonly known as a "lifetime ban", but that's not strictly accurate, since the Commissioner can theoretically reinstate a person at his discretion. Many stints on the list only last a few years, and occasionally they are reinstated posthumously for Hall of Fame consideration.
** "Shoeless" Joe Jackson is one of the most famous players on the list, for his involvement in the 1919 "Black Sox Scandal" when the Chicago White Sox [[ThrowingTheFight threw the World Series]]. Jackson died in 1951, but he still cannot be enshrined in the Hall of Fame because of the ban, despite his talent. Some people believe he was MisBlamed for his role in the scandal (one of whom is the protagonist of ''Film/FieldOfDreams'').
** Pete Rose is baseball's all-time hits leader, but he has been banned for betting on baseball games while he was a player-manager for the Cincinnati Reds. He even bet on games he was involved in, although he maintains he never bet ''against'' the Reds (and the 1989 Dowd Report seems to back him up on that), but the rule makes no distinction on those lines.
* British newspaper ''[[UsefulNotes/BritishNewspapers The Sun]]'' is, for all intents and purposes, banned from the city of Liverpool after the paper published a blatantly false story accusing [[FootballHooligans Liverpool FC fans]] of starting the 1989 Hillsborough disaster and attacking victims (when it was really a fatal crush caused by abysmal crowd control). When an inquest in 2017 officially cleared the victims of wrongdoing, the club itself banned ''Sun'' journalists from club premises. Liverpool's bitter crosstown rivals Everton FC [[RivalsTeamUp followed through with their own ban]] (although the ''Sun'' hasn't been kind to that club either).
* The Northern Ireland-based UsefulNotes/IceHockey team the Belfast Giants managed to do this to their owner. A month after buying a majority share, it was discovered that he was a registered sex offender in Florida charged with lewd and lascivious battery. The entire team cancelled their contracts with the club, and the trust who managed their home arena banned the team until the owner sold his share.
* Stanford swimmer Brock Turner was banned for life by USA Swimming, which ended his aspirations of swimming for the US Olympic team. This arose out of a considerably controversial case where he raped a drugged woman and got a lenient six-month sentence in prison, which was further reduced because the judge feared damage to his future swimming career. The public called for the judge's sacking for essentially showing favoritism to a white male frat-bro with a rich dad; without the backlash, it's unknown how USA Swimming would have reacted.

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* Fred Phelps, the late leader of Westboro Baptist Church, was banned from several places, most notably the UK. Ironically enough, he changed is ways and was excommunicated from his own church.
* For several years in the late 1980s, a US UsefulNotes/CoastGuard cutter which shall remain nameless was banned from the port of Juneau, Alaska, until the crew (due to the usual billet changes and rotations) was almost entirely replaced. Upon its eventual return, Leslie Fish's filk song made the rounds of the enlisted decks.
* Music/SnoopDogg has been banned from entering the UK, Australia, and Sweden on various occasions, and is currently banned from entering Norway.
* This is quite frequently the fate of anybody caught counting cards at a casino blackjack table. While card counting mentally is legal, so is banning players for virtually any reason besides discrimination, making ''Film/RainMan'' a case of [[TruthInTelevision Truth in Hollywood]]. Notably, every known member of the famous MIT Blackjack Team is banned for life from most (if not all) casinos in the US, including every casino on the Las Vegas Strip. More amusingly, World Memory Champion Dominic O'Brien was banned from every casino in the UK just for his ''ability'' to count cards.
* Terry Jones, [[TheFundamentalist American fundamentalist pastor who holds Koran burnings]], was banned in the UK for possible incitement of violence.[[note]]Not to be confused with Creator/MontyPython's Terry Jones, whom the UK couldn't ban if they wanted to, as he's a British citizen.[[/note]]
* Kurt Waldheim was Secretary-General of the UN and then President of Austria. He was also maybe a [[NaziGrandpa former Nazi intelligence officer]]. The controversy got so bad that by the time he was President of Austria, he was not allowed to enter the United States and several European countries. Nobody ever found conclusive proof (and at least one author claimed he was framed by Mossad), so Waldheim was never prosecuted.
* During UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, the Allies tried to quarter ANZAC troops in Cairo. The Egyptian government refused, saying that while New Zealanders were welcome, the city was still recovering from the victory celebration the Australian troops gave in [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarOne the last world war]].
* [[UsefulNotes/AncientGreece Ancient Athens]] had a procedure known as ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ostracism ostracism]]'', in which people would hold a vote on whoever was seen as the worst threat to society. The selected citizen would then be banished from Athens for a period of ten years. Notably, the penalty did not include confiscation of property or any other loss of status; very often, the ostracized citizen was actually very well-respected, but had gotten into some kind of fight with another well-respected major figure, threatening the stability of the city, and thus one or the other had to go to keep the peace.
* UsefulNotes/TheodoreRoosevelt pissed off the nation of Colombia due to his actions concerning the construction of the Panama Canal. When asked why he had left it off his speaking tour of South America, he mentioned that he was "not a ''persona grata''" in that country.
* The government of UsefulNotes/{{Azerbaijan}} has compiled a blacklist of people, mainly foreign politicians, ambassadors, and even famous entertainers, who are no longer allowed entry into the country because they visited UsefulNotes/NagornoKarabakh, a breakaway, ''de facto'' country that seceded from Azerbaijan with the fall of the Soviet Union, but that Azerbaijan still claims as theirs.
* Charles de Gaulle, French [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII war hero]] and President of the post-war Republic, was basically made ''persona non grata'' in Canada after shouting "Long live free Quebec!" in a speech to Canadians during the country's 100th anniversary. While he wasn't officially banned, the controversy that resulted made him cut his visit short, and he never returned to Canada. Also interesting in that not only was his speech vehemently criticized in Canada and America, but also ''in France'', where it was seen as a serious breach of protocol.
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* In the first ''Literature/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' game, if you end up killing an important fish on Mannan, the planetary authorities ban you from ever coming back. You ''can'' blackmail the authorities and force them to let you return, which is perfectly in line with the previous evil action. On the other hand, if you spare the fish the Selkath are more inclined to be grateful, but if you stretch ImplausibleDeniability too far answering for your actions, they get fed up with your stupidity and give you the boot.

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* In the first ''Literature/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' game, if you end up killing an important fish on Mannan, the planetary authorities ban you from ever coming back. You ''can'' blackmail the authorities and force them to let you return, which is perfectly in line with the previous evil action. On the other hand, if you spare the fish the Selkath are more inclined to be grateful, but if you stretch ImplausibleDeniability too far answering for your actions, they get fed up with your stupidity and give you the boot.
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* In the first ''KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' game, if you end up killing an important fish on Mannan, the planetary authorities ban you from ever coming back. You ''can'' blackmail the authorities and force them to let you return, which is perfectly in line with the previous evil action. On the other hand, if you spare the fish the Selkath are more inclined to be grateful, but if you stretch ImplausibleDeniability too far answering for your actions, they get fed up with your stupidity and give you the boot.

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* In the first ''KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' ''Literature/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' game, if you end up killing an important fish on Mannan, the planetary authorities ban you from ever coming back. You ''can'' blackmail the authorities and force them to let you return, which is perfectly in line with the previous evil action. On the other hand, if you spare the fish the Selkath are more inclined to be grateful, but if you stretch ImplausibleDeniability too far answering for your actions, they get fed up with your stupidity and give you the boot.
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