A mum says she feels ‘discriminated against’ after she was stopped from pushing her toddlers around John Lewis in a shopping trolley.
Liz Al-Salim had taken her children into the Cheadle store inside a trolley from the neighbouring Sainsbury’s which is under the same roof.
But after spending around 10 minutes in the shop, she was approached by a member of staff and told the shopping trolley was not allowed due to ‘health and safety’.
The staff member told her she could bring a buggy inside, but Liz says she wouldn’t have been able to fit her shopping inside it, along with sons Noah, three, and Rex, two.
Feeling ‘appalled and offended’ Liz paid for the items she’d had time to get and left.