An angry mother has taken to Facebook to share her experience at SunnyHills, a retail store at Ngee Ann City.
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In her post on Feb. 10, she wrote that a SunnyHills staff called security to have her two children removed from the premises.
Why? Because they were supposedly spinning the wheels of a bicycle on display outside the shop.
This is what the bicycle on display looks like:
Photo via SunnyHills at Orchard Facebook
In her complaint, the mother said that one cannot expect to “not have children pass by and be interested in the bike”, nor can one expect that turning the wheels would “spoil” the bike.
Calling security to remove her children from the premises was “absolutely unnecessary”, she said.
This is her Facebook post:
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Responding to this complaint, several comments came out in defence of the store.
They emphasised that the bicycle is a display piece, and pointed out that children could get injured from playing with it.
Some also argued that the bicycle belongs to the store.
And if the staff