Mum furious after being BANNED from Asda for refusing to pay £1.79 in bag row in angry clash with security

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AN ANGRY mum has been banned from Asda after she refused to pay for pricey baggage and packed her procuring in two baskets as a substitute.

The grocery retailer ran out of provider baggage and solely had freezer baggage at £1.79 every.

The mum has now been banned from Asda after the bag rowCredit: MEN Media

But mum Natalie Taylor, 38, told Hull Daily Mail she refused to pay for the luggage and determined to take the hampers as a substitute.

She stated she was planning to take her procuring as soon as extra house and return the hampers “two minutes later” however factors shortly escalated when the security guard tried to cease her.

She stated: “He went to seize the hampers and I tapped him on the hand and stated ‘do not contact my stuff’ as I’d paid for the procuring they usually even have been my belongings.

“He got the baskets and said ‘do you know what, don’t bother coming back, you’re banned, you can shop over there’.

“This is one of the most deprived parts of Hull, I’m not paying £1.79 each for a bag and I would have needed six.”

Natalie has been procuring on the retailer on Hessle Road, Hull on account of it opened spherical 20 years in the earlier and visits 4 or 5 circumstances per week.

She added: “I’m going as soon as extra. I’m not trekking to the closest Asda at Mount Pleasant.

“I’m not a thief, I haven’t taken anything in my life. What do I want to take shopping baskets for?

“I’ve got OCD, there’s nothing in my house that doesn’t belong there. Does he think I’m going to put them in my lounge as an ornament?”

A spokesman for Asda stated: “Banning a purchaser is regularly a final resort nonetheless we don’t tolerate any abuse in path of our colleagues.

“We understand that it was frustrating that our Hessle Road store ran out of carrier bags temporarily, which is why we offered customers the use of cardboard boxes usually used for our deliveries to carry their shopping home.’’

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