Here's another such bit, this time from Jo Nesbø's The Snowman. Harry Hole and his colleagues are discussing a character who has been seen near the notorious Hotel Leon:
"They have small rooms which are officially hired out by the day, but in practice on an hourly basis. Black money. Customers don't exactly ask for a receipt. But the hotel owner, who earns the most, is white."© Peter Rozovsky 2010
... Skarre grinned at Hagen. "Strange that Bergen Sexual Offences Unit should suddenly be so well up on Oslo brothels."
"They're the same everywhere," Katrine said. "Want a bet on anything I said?"
"The owner's a Paki," Skarre said. "Two hundred kronerooneys."
"OK," Harry said, clapping his hands. "What are we sitting here for?"
The owner of the Leon Hotel was Børtje Hansen, from Solør, in the east, with skin as greyish white as the slush the so-called guests brought in on their shoes ...