Tesco dresses down customers, no more Wee Willie Winkie
Obviously nobody wants to see a tired and confused 83-year-old Mrs Davenport wondering around the chilled meats aisle with her tuppence exposed to the cold, so you have to wonder what sort of sights have been reported by the staff to force one supermarket to introduce a ban on nightwear.
No more popping out for a pint of milk in your pyjamas - at least not if you shop at the St Mellons (titter) branch of Tesco in Cardiff. The store now displays a notice asking that 'footwear must be worn and all times and no nightwear is permitted' to 'avoid causing offence or embarrassment'. What kind of deviants have been shopping there?
A spokesperson trained in the art of stating the bleeding obvious said:
"We're not a nightclub with a strict dress code, and jeans and trainers are of course more than welcome. We do, however, request that customers do not shop in their PJs or nightgowns."
As avid Bitterwallet Graham rightly points out, the flaw in this ban means that while customers can't dress like Arthur Dent, they're well within they're rights to wear a cardigan covered in cocks. Makes perfect sense.