A protest group of angry mothers staged a sit in at a store in Nottingham when they breastfed their children at a branch of Sports Direct.
About 70 women met at the company's Clumber Street store this afternoon and proceeded to peacefully protest against the treatment of a 25-year-old woman who claimed she was kicked out of the shop earlier this year for breastfeeding on the premises.
The protest was a reaction to the store's treatment of Lincolnshire mother Wioletta Komar, who claimed she was asked to leave in January because breastfeeding was against "company policy".
Mrs Komar claims she has complained to the store five times since the incident in January but has had no response, although it is believed the firm has now issued her with an apology.
The group spent around 15 minutes in the shop and organisers confirmed there were no issues with Sports Direct staff on this occasion.
A Sports Direct spokesperson was unavailable at the time of publication.