Playboy model Tanja Brockmann says she was asked to leave a supermarket in Majorca because she was showing too much flesh. She revealed her astonishment to the world's press, but she's not the first to have fallen foul of a supermarket with a dress policy.
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The German model told the papers that she was wearing a small black top that showed her stomach and hot pants, but didn't consider it an issue because she was going to the supermarket 'not to church'. A staff member told her to cover up, and when she said she had no other clothes with her, she was escorted outside.
It's not the first time that flashing the flesh has got people into trouble in the supermarket. Back in 2013, a Tesco branch in Tiverton in Devon banned scantily-clad people from the shop. Apparently in the summer weather, customers had stripped off, and not got dressed again before going shopping.
It posted a sign in the window that read: "To avoid causing offence or embarrassment to others, as well as for health and safety reasons, we ask that customers are appropriately dressed when visiting our stores. Shirts, tops and shoes must be worn at all times."
At the time spokespeople from Asda, Morrisons and Waitrose insisted that shoppers in appropriate nightwear were welcome at their stores.
More recently, a man was ejected from a supermarket in Preston because he was dressed as a minion, and trying to buy bananas. He was apparently on his way to cheer on friends doing a charity walk - and decided to go in costume. A spokesperson for Morrisons said: "We welcome Minions, well-behaved ones, to our stores. If he had booked in advance we'd have been happy to welcome him for a charity fundraiser."