The Victoria and Albert Museum has apologised after a mum said she was asked to "cover up" while breastfeeding on a visit to the London attraction.
In a post on Twitter, the woman said she was "perplexed" by the request and posted several images of naked female statues from the museum's exhibitions.
What do people think of this one?
There are some things of today I like and there are some things of today I dislike, another example being people's insistence that they have to have their lunches/dinners while walking along the streets, or worse, on public transport. And don't even get me started about the fact that they also need to show the world the contents of their mouths while eating...
I know that when I was a baby, I was never breastfed in public, nor would I have ever been. I did just ask what would have happened if I had been hungry and I was away from my house and the response I got back was, "you would have had to wait until you got back home."
Is it really necessary for mums of today to get their tits out in public to feed their babies? If the babies must be fed in public, what's wrong with a bottle?