Frank Curtis is 96-years-old, was bombed in World War Two and helped liberate the horrific Belson concentration camp.
The veteran, from Barnet in North London, was just told that his mobility scooter could be seen as a terrorist threat.
Frank occasionally leaves his mode of transport parked in The Spires shopping centre when he gets something to eat.
But recently, Frank, who was blown out of a gun carrier while fighting in Northern Europe, returned to his scooter to find a passive aggressive note.
The shopping centre management asked the pensioner to stop “dumping” his ride unattended, telling him that “in light of current world terrorist events” it’s unacceptable practice.