A shopkeeper says he has been branded racist because his shop sells only British-themed products.
The novelty gift shop called 'Really British' caused a stir when owner Chris Ostwald displayed his British flags on the opening day two weeks ago.
The shop has been criticised by passers-by and in online forums for selling Union flag socks, chair and telephones.
One Spanish shop assistant says she left after just one day because of the constant "snide remarks" she received.
But Chris says he opened the shop in Muswell Hill, north west London, to celebrate Britishness and it not a meant to be political or pro-Brexit.
Chris says yesterday was the worst day of confrontation since the store, which he describes as an upmarket souvenir shop, opened on November 26.
Muswell Hill residents complained the use of the world British excludes those from other ethnic backgrounds.
Michael Wright wrote on Facebook group 'Muswell Hill and Friends':
Chris also sells furniture including a Scottish chest of draws made from Africa mahogany and a selection of English mustard and pickles.