Moment stunned Asda shopper, 22, was told she was ‘basically naked’


Moment stunned Asda shopper, 22, says she was asked to leave store after being confronted by male worker who told her she was ‘basically naked’ wearing hoodie, crop top and jogging bottoms

  • Shopper, 22-year-old student named Jaiah, visited store on Isle of Dogs, London
  • In the video an employee can be heard telling her ‘we can see your body almost’
  • Furious shopper posted video footage of incident online, calling it ‘disgusting’ 


A woman says Asda workers tried to kick her out of a supermarket because she was ‘basically naked and shouldn’t be there’. 

The shopper, a 22-year-old student named Jaiah, was at the store on the Isle of Dogs, east London, on Tuesday when she was approached by an employee. 

In a video he can be heard telling her ‘we can see your body almost, the manager is coming right now’. 

At the time she was wearing a hoodie, crop top and jogging bottoms – a far from risque outfit considering what shoppers are frequently seen wearing at supermarkets. 

Jaiah shows the camera what she is wearing

The shopper, a 22-year-old student named Jaiah, was at the store on the Isle of Dogs, east London, on Tuesday when she was approached by an employee (left). On the right she shows the camera what she is wearing 

Jaiah posted video footage of the shocking incident on social media, calling it ‘the most disgusting behaviour.’

In the footage she can be heard claiming that the employee was suggesting she ‘didn’t respect herself.  

He can be heard replying: ‘It’s not because you don’t respect yourself, we have a policy in ASDA.’

She shared the incident on Twitter with the caption: ‘So tonight in ASDA, Isle of Dogs, I was told by an employee that I wasn’t wearing enough clothes, I wasn’t respecting myself, that I’m basically naked and I shouldn’t be in there.

Jaiah posted video footage of the shocking incident on social media, calling it 'the most disgusting behaviour'

Jaiah posted video footage of the shocking incident on social media, calling it ‘the most disgusting behaviour’

‘Honestly the most disgusting behaviour.’

Asda responded on Twitter: ‘Hi Jaiah, thanks for bringing this to our attention.

‘This is not a recognised policy at Asda and we are really sorry for the service you received.

‘I’ve spoken to the store manager who is addressing this incident and I would be happy to discuss how we can put it right for you?’

A spokesman told MailOnline: ‘As soon as we were made aware of this incident we launched an investigation within the store. 

‘We have been in contact with Jaiah to explain that this is not our policy and to apologise for the negative experience they had on this occasion.’

In a video he can be heard telling her 'we can see your body almost, the manager is coming right now'

In a video he can be heard telling her ‘we can see your body almost, the manager is coming right now’

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