I might be able to grasp the idea of them not wanting people to shop when not wearing shoes; you might hurt your foot on something and then think back to "Have you had a trip? A fall?" all that kind of tort-a-go-go malarkey and think "I went shopping without shoes and hurt my foot so that will be Â£50,000, Thank You, Tesco." Tbh the idea of lots of bare feet near the fresh stuff doesn't sound too appetising to me.
I have come across this sort of thing in the South of France occasionally - some of the chicer places like St Trop (was) don't like tourists flopping about in supermarkets and restaurants barefooted and half nekkid and make it clear.
I am bewildered by Tesco needing to dissuade shoppers from shopping in their nightgowns (whatever they might be .....) though.
I have never ever felt the urge to shop in Tesco in my nightgown.
Seriously folks, this all the inevitable evolution of the no dress code, dress down, dress how the hell you like, equality and diversity bollox. I am reminded, though, of seeing some Middle Eastern type women outside MoD Empress State Bldg looking for all the world like they were wearing posh (ish) pyjamas.
I have got to say that wearing pj's in the street or in the supermarket is
just wrong Tesco has got it right.
is it not unhygienic to walk around doing your shoping in your night wear.
They should ban Lacoste next as that brand is well associated with IVDUs
and chav's. (IVDU intravenous drug users).
standing by for incoming