A mother approached Aldi after she discovered a skirt in a parent, and the parking lot for children was painted over.
Mother of three, Ema Taylor noticed that the stick figure changed when Heading to an Aldi Shop in Dunstable, Bedfordshire,
Ema The decision was included in the decision Facebook Post that went viral - got more than 8,000 shares - call it & # 39;ridiculous& # 39; and sees & # 39; only suitable for Superman & # 39; off, since the figure looks like now it is wear a cape
The triple mother Ema discovered changes to the stick figures. Picture credits: Kennedy News and Media
"It is ridiculous. It is no longer just a staff woman, but a superhero, it is a bit ridiculous", said the 29-year-old.
"Mothers really have to give birth to these children, I think I deserve to have a picture of me in the mother and baby parking lot.
"With everything in the world, there's time to look for a sign on the ground, there's so much more to it than dealing with it."
Ema went on to ask someone to change the parking bay after he thought it was a prank or a joke.
Ema Taylor's post quickly became viral. Picture credits: Kennedy News and Media
She said, "Me Just went for some fruit as they have the best selection. I go every day when we go through so much.Two types stood in front of the bays they had just painted. I asked if they would take the fields away, and when he told me why they did that, I thought he was joking first.
"Who has time to take care of a sign on the ground? He said they need to be gender neutral as the dress insults fathers with children and people who do not identify themselves as male or female.
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"Now it looks like a man in a superhero suit - do people identify as superheroes? He also thought it was funny, but said he only followed the instructions.There were a lot of people who whispered and laughed, especially when the dress was over painted because it looks pretty funny.
"Apparently you can only park here if you're a superhero."
However, at the moment it is still unclear who actually stands behind the parkbays as P-LackierereiarkingEyemanaging Aldi's many parking garages claimed that they were not behind the paint job.
An aldi spokesman said, "All car parking for parents and children in the Aldi stores is gender neutral, this sign has been misrepresented and is being changed."
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