Canada's British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal has ordered amateur comedian Guy Earle and restaurant owner Salam Ishmail to pay ,500 in damages to a woman who claims she suffered lewd lesbian insults during an open mic night.

The woman, Lorna Pardy, 32, told the court she was mistreated by Mr Earle, who served as emcee at Zesty’s Restaurant on Commercial Drive in Vancouver on May 22, 2007.

She said that after a waitress told them the patio was closed, they moved to a table inside.

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Mr Earle accused the women of ignoring his request for them to be quiet and telling him 'f*** you a******' and 'shut up'.

He said they insinuated he had singled them out for being lesbians.

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Mr Earle said another comic then performed a set, after which he went back to the mic to briefly close out the evening.

He said he then walked by Ms Pardy's table again, at which point she allegedly threw more water at him.

However, shortly after the event, Mr Earle told a group of comedians his version of the evening.

According to video of his account, Mr Earle said: 'These two lovely guests came in from the patio and sat right in front of the stage and stated making out, like tongue and tonsil wrestling.

Still, tribunal member Murray Geiger-Adams said Earle repeated vulgar language in public and attacked Pardy's identity and dignity as a woman and a lesbian.