The following is part of a story written to Aftenposten by an 18 year old girl, who signed "shocked girl". She writes she was born in Norway, and is dark-skinned. Sitting in the Oslo metro with two friends from the US (two white and one 'caramel-colored'), they spoke English with each other, until they were accosted by a woman.
Suddenly a woman on the side asks what type of group we are, and we, who thought she was trying to be nice answered happily that we are a group of friends. Wrong answer, and the woman asks: What do you mean by that? She continues: Are you Muslims?
None of us is a Muslim. Two are christian, one Bahai and one something else, as as true as it is, we answer 'no'.
What happens next is awful, she points at me and asks: You're Muslim, are you not. I and my friends look at each other confused, not knowing what we should say. She points and says, in any case you are not a member of the Church of Norway! she continues her ridicule and asks my friend: where are you from? She answers New York city. Then she looks at me and asks, what with you, where are you from?
At the point the woman had to get off, leaving the girls shocked. Somebody in the next seat apologized and said it was the first time she experienced such a thing, and hoped that it wouldn't destroy their impression of Norway.
Source: Aftenposten (English)