A woman who was trying to breastfeed her infant at a Chick-fil-A restaurant in Fargo, North Dakota over the weekend was forced out after the franchise's owner demanded that she cover up or leave.
On Saturday, Hornung wrote that she was breastfeeding her 7-month-old daughter, Ziggy, at a table during the new restaurant's soft opening when the owner walked over. She said that only a small area of the upper portion of her breast was visible, comparable to what could be seen when she wasn't feeding.
Hornung told Flamm that she was baring her breast because her daughter wouldn't tolerate being covered while breastfeeding.
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"I said they could practice the simple art of looking away and tried to cite North Dakota breastfeeding laws".
When that didn't sway Flamm, Hornung went home with her husband and two kids.
Flamm reportedly told Hornung she needed to cover herself because children were present. "I was anxious about her, and how she was feeling". Then Macy took to Facebook to share her 'customer experience.' Many others jumped in, coming to her defense.
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No matter what your opinion is, the law is the law, and mothers have been allowed to openly breastfeed in North Dakota since 2009 - covered or not. Many people also posted negative comments on the restaurant's Facebook page, though there also were several comments supporting the business. "She told me to do what I had to and again asked me to leave". "My goal is to provide a warm and welcoming environment for all of my guests, and I sincerely apologize for the way I handled this situation", said Kimberly Flamm, the Owner and Operator of the West Acres Mall location.
USA TODAY has reached out to Chick-Fil-A for comment.
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