A girl serving on the check-out at an internationally-known supermarket was told, today, to button-up her shirt or face disciplinary action, after it was alleged by one man, that he could see her breasts.
John Letch, 48, was standing in the queue at the supermarket when, 'casually glancing around' at nothing in particular, his eyes met with the ample and well-rounded breasts of Tina Spadger,19.
"My eyes were paralysed," said Letch later, "and I couldn't look away."
As the customer in front of him had paid and moved away, the leching Letch came face-to-face with Tina and her tits. He stared at them whilst she scanned his groceries. She asked him:
"Do you need any help with your packing?"
Letch did not respond to this. Spadger asked again. Still, Letch was unmoved.
Having finished pricing-up his items, Spadger spoke again:
"Twelve dollars and fifty-seven cents."
Time stood still. Tina repeated the amount. The silence was deafening.
Other staff, with buttoned-up shirts, arrived and asked what the problem was. It didn't take long for them to notice, however, that the check-out operator's shirt was unbuttoned almost to the navel, and she was told to:
"Take a break!"
She was immediately replaced by 57-year-old Dora Carter, who not only had a chest like an ironing board, but whose face resembled something like that of a bulldog which has just licked piss off a nettle.
A spokesman for the supermarket said:
"Excuse me! Our employee uniform has buttons, and they should be fastened. This is a family-friendly store."