She said she bought the cookie for 39p and a scone for 59p before they visited the cafe, where Mrs Nairn spent almost £20 on lunch for the four of them.As she bit into the biscuit, Mrs Williams was told she was not allowed to eat it there because of the difference in VAT on cafe-bought and shop-bought food.
Like its predecessors, Degrassi: The Next Generation follows a group of students from Degrassi Community School, a fictional school in Toronto, Ontario, and depicts some of the typical issues and challenges common to a teenager's life.
The following is a list of characters who have appeared in the television series. He and his stepbrother Drew transferred to Degrassi due to the excessive bullying that he received at his old school.
She said: 'This woman from behind the counter came up and said, "You can't eat that here. You have to put it away." 'She then said, "Unless you put it away we'll call security" and she did just a matter of seconds later.
'I couldn't believe she was kicking up such a fuss.
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Degrassi: The Next Generation is a Canadian teen drama television series created by Linda Schuyler and Yan Moore.The series is now considered the first incarnation and premiered on CTV on October 14, 2001 and then ended on MTV Canada and Teen Nick on August 2, 2015.It is the fourth series set in the fictional Degrassi universe created by Schuyler and Kit Hood in 1979.'The staff made me feel as though I was a common criminal yet all I was doing was eating one of their own biscuits,' she said.The incident happened at M & S's Blackburn store while Mrs Williams, from nearby Darwen, was shopping with her daughter Deborah Nairn, 50, and grandsons David, 14, and Callum, 11.After lunch with her daughter and grandsons at a Marks & Spencer instore cafe, 86-year-old Thelma Williams decided to round off the meal with a chocolate chip cookie.