Nanny's relentless campaign against the evil, and socially threatening, hoodie continues a pace.
I would remind Nanny that over the past few decades we have had; teddy boys, mods, rockers, hippies, punks, sloanes and new romantics.
None of these, despite being viewed at the time as threat to civilisation, ever caused Armageddon. Therefore, I have a sneaking suspicion that hoodies do not pose a significant threat either.
Anyhoo, Nanny is not in listening mode...is she ever?
Nanny's chums in Monkton Road Stores York, have a clear "no hoodie" policy. Therefore it should have come as no surprise to Jay Cooper that when he entered the store as "bold as brass" wearing a hoodie, that he was banned.
Three small flies in Nanny's oinkment though:
-Jay is only two years old
-He was muffled up against the cold
-He came to the store with his grandfather
Nanny, of course, doesn't deal in common sense; only rigid, stupid, inflexible rules.
Both Jay and his grandfather were of course asked to leave. This is the same store that recently banned a middle-aged nurse for wearing a hooded top, when she went to collect her morning newspaper.
Nanny is destroying common sense, and is turning our minds to slush.