A cafe owner in Vienna has sparked heated a debate after barring supporters of Austria's far-right Freedom Party from her establishment following the party's Sunday's election triumph.

Critics of cafe owner Eva Trimmel have compared her action to those taken by the Nazis to exclude Jewish people from certain public spaces and establishments.

The barring of Freedom Party (FPÖ) supporters from the Fett and Zucker cafe in Vienna's Leopoldstadt by Trimmel followed the unprecedented success the far-right party saw in Sunday's Presidential election, when they came top with around 35 percent of the vote.

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