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Mum banned from Asda after altercation with security guard over baskets

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supermarket which ran out of carrier bags has banned a woman who used their plastic baskets to take her shopping to the car.

Mum, Natalie Taylor was banned after a heated argument with a security guard from her local Asda store about how she was using the giant green shopping basket.

The 38-year-old was told by staff on arrival that the store had ran out of plastic bags, but offered her freezer bags, costing £1.79 each as a replacement.

When Natalie refused to pay the extra £10.74 at the end of her ‘big load’, she used two shopping baskets to carry her items out to her car, but was stopped by a security guard.The pair then had a heated altercation in the carpark which ended in the security guard telling her to shop at the Lidl opposite the.

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