A woman was fired over her 'vile' breastfeeding post.
A woman was fired over her 'vile' breastfeeding post.

Woman’s vile threat to baby

A mum threatened to punch another mother and her baby for breastfeeding in front of her kids in a controversial Facebook post.

Pet groomer Carly Clark, from Spartanburg, South Carolina, said she found it "very immature" that the woman in question came to her place of work and "pulled her boobs out in front of her kids on purpose just to prove a point".

Writing on Facebook in a post that has since been removed, Carly said: "I'm not sorry - the next female that tries to whip her boob out to breastfeed in front of my kids will get a black eye, move that baby bc (because) I'll punch it too #zerocare #why #inpublicletsjustshowkidsboobs #notmine."

Unsurprisingly many people took offence to her words.

One mum wrote: "I am so offended by this! This to me threatens me and my child! I live in SC - I breastfeed whenever my daughter who is nine months is hungry wherever we happen to be."

Another commented: "What in the actual hell??! How do people - especially a woman - still have this kind of mentality???! How ridiculous! We have been feeding our babies the way our bodies intended since the dawn of time."

But Carly stood by her comments, later saying that the post was about one person in particular and she stood by her words.

But it turns out her employer wasn't too impressed with her comments and later posted to their Facebook page that she had been fired.

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Carly’s post sparked a lot of outrage online. Picture: Carly Clark/Facebook
Carly’s post sparked a lot of outrage online. Picture: Carly Clark/Facebook

 

 

She later defended her comments. Picture: Carly Clark/Facebook
She later defended her comments. Picture: Carly Clark/Facebook

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