A MOTHER breastfeeding in a shop was politely asked to go and do it in a nearby skip instead.
23-year-old Emma Bradford was feeding her five-week-old daughter in the empty changing room of a high street fashion retailer when staff entered with electrified cattle prods.
Bradford said: “They said I was upsetting other customers, which is why none of them would come in the shop, and ushered me down to a windowless cellar.
“Then they said there’d been a complaint from a rat and made me go around the back and crouch between two bins in the rain.
“But I was still visible from the street and so they shooed me into a skip full of out-of-date seafood, where I finished her feed and gave her a little burp.
“I don’t think I want to shop there again.”
Manager Joanna Kramer said: “I don’t see the problem with making people do anything as long as you ask them politely.”