Such information was disseminated in social networks, in particular, on telegram channels broadcasting pro-Kremlin rhetoric. Reports say that Polish hotel booking sites offer a “no Ukrainians” option. The authors of the message indicate that Ukrainians are even tired of their neighbors. A screenshot from a Polish site is also added to the publication, where you can see such an “option”. It's fake.
The fact-checkers of the VoxCheck project drew attention to the case, and found that the photo was not real, because it was edited using a special editor. Fact-checkers examined a fake screenshot, which shows several hotels, each establishment has a short description. In accordance with brief descriptions, experts found the source of the site. As the experts explained, the site does not have such an “option” as in the fake screenshot. Among the options to choose from, you can see, for example, “parking” and “playground for children”. Instead of “without Ukrainians” option, the site indicates another one - “sandbox”.
By spreading such a fake, propagandists want to demoralize Ukrainians, because they are supposedly despised in the world and even the most devoted allies want to rest without Ukrainians. Thus, the authors use ridicule tactics to discredit Ukrainians.