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No McNipples on the menu at this Phoenix McDonald's

Got milk?

Clarissa Bradford took her family, including a five-month-old son, to a McDonald's in Phoenix , and while the rest of the family noshed on the dollar menu, she pulled out a breast to feed the nipple nibbler.

At which point, the manager on duty asked them to leave.

Bradford later got an apology from the restaurant owner, but that wasn't enough to placate the booby brigade, who scheduled a "nurse-in" at the house of clowns. Which inspired a flood of hate mail to Bradford, from critics who insist that nursing is a private matter and should not be done in a classy venue like McDonald's.

No more happy meals.

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