Shoppers Told They Can Refuse to Shop at M&S

LONDON - England - Shoppers angry at a religious M&S policy of kowtowing to religions have vowed to vote with their feet.

Shoppers have told Marks & Spencer staff that they can refuse to shop at their stores.

The new non-shopping policy was revealed after customers who were trying to buy alcohol from a Muslim shop assistant in London were told they’d have to use another till.

“I think we have a right to not shop at a supermarket where we can’t buy what we want,” Annie Twaddle, a devout alcoholic and bacon sarnie lover told the Sun.

UPDATE: Naturally there was a massive u-turn from M&S and everything is back to normal again.