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Thursday, January 28, 2010

Tesco ban on shoppers in pyjamas

Tesco have a store in St. Mellons, Cardiff and the manager has spotted some inappropriately dressed customers in there. A sign has gone up saying, "Footwear must be worn at all times and no nightwear is permitted." Nightwear? I thought to myself who would go in there in nightwear? Apparently some do. Elaine Carmody is a Tesco customer and she says, "I think it's stupid really not being allowed in the supermarket with pyjamas on. It's not as if they're going to fall down or anything like that." Well, if I went in there Elaine mine might just do that. The elastic is a bit dodgy.

Anyway, why all the fuss. Tesco have a right to say who or what comes into a store of theirs. I'd like them to go a stage further and stop skimpily clad young women walking about. Some have the most ill-fitting garments on and it's very off-putting getting a glimpse of large breasts as you peruse the merchandise.

St. Mellons, eh?


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