'Too messy' for Wetherspoons! Mother, 22, and her five-month-old son are banned from pub chain after bosses claimed she left her BRA in the toilet

Mail Online | 9/10/2017 | Scott Campbell For Mailonline
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A mother has been banned from visiting her local Wetherspoon pub along with her five-month-old son for being 'too messy' - after allegedly leaving her bra in the loo.

Celia Kelly, 22, was disgusted after she was frogmarched out of the building as she was accused of lobbing soiled nappies and underwear across the customer toilet.

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The mother-of-one says the accusations are 'borderline laughable' and says the alleged events are '100 per cent untrue'.

When Celia attempted to order food at the bar with her five-month-old son Jayson, she was told that she was banned indefinitely after leaving the toilets in a state during a previous visit.

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She was told by staff they had photo evidence and CCTV footage of the mess at The City and County JD Wetherspoon pub in Goole, East Yorkshire.

Celia said: 'It's just a personal vendetta against me.

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'When I was speaking on the phone to them I just felt like they were telling me I'm not good enough to go in there.

'The accusations are laughable - I just don't know where they've got it from. They are just lies, they are 100 per cent not true.

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'At the end of the day it's their loss because I sometimes go in there four or five times a week - so they're losing custom.'

Celia, who works as a carer at a care home, was escorted off the premises on August 15 after allegedly making the mess the week before.

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She had attempted to order food when the member of staff said she couldn't serve her and called over a senior colleague.

The deputy manager of the pub then escorted Celia outside into the street and said she 'wasn't welcome' because her child was 'too messy'.

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Celia said: 'I was told that Jayson was too messy and they had CCTV footage and photographic evidence of me...
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