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This woman got some serious comeuppance when she complained about another woman breastfeeding

Let’s just say there was boob squirting involved…

By Lorna Gray

Breastfeeding mums should be able to feed their babies wherever they darn please. It really is the most natural thing in the world.

Which is probably why this particular post on a town’s local Facebook page is getting so much attention…

An anonymous (and outraged) woman posted on the Dartford gossip page about a breastfeeder. Incidentally, it’s actually against UK law to ask a breastfeeding woman to leave a public place.

But she was scandalised by it anyway.

Here's the post:

To the lady Dartford park who thought it was appropriate to breastfeed her baby whilst my child and very easily distracted husband sat near by. I don't think it was necessary for you to react the way you did just because I asked you to go somewhere private, telling me to fuck off and squirting me with your boobs was incredibly uncalled for. I hope you are ashamed of yourself!

That’s right, she got SQUIRTED WITH THE BREAST MILK.

And ok, two wrongs don’t make a right but megalols.

The Dartford gossip group members were against the aggrieved lady too:

"Her reaction is not on but why shouldn't she feed her baby in public? I would have had a few choice words for you if you had asked me to go else where. There is something wrong with people who think seeing someone breastfeeding is inappropriate."

"You should be ashamed of yourself! It's hard enough to breast feed a baby let alone be judged for it in public! If I had to breastfeed my 3 month old in public I would permanently have my tits out! Your easily distracted husband clearly hasn't seen a pair of tits in a while! Perhaps next time you're out you should go and eat your dinner in the toilets…….I think not!"

"There's only one person here making a right tit of themselves and its not the lady doing the most natural thing in the world!!!"

"Don't take your insecurities on your husbands wandering eyes out on a mother feeding her baby. Grow up."

Let this be a cautionary tale to anyone who thinks breastfeeding in public isn’t a totally natural thing to do.

  • Author: Lorna Gray