It's one thing for a mother to share photos of herself breastfeeding. It's another thing for a stranger to post the pictures on social media, which is exactly what one Sears employee did earlier this week. Nick Carrington, a security guard at the department store, took footage of customers breastfeeding their babies and posted it to his Twitter account. Understandably, people were outraged by Carrington's actions and deemed him "revolting." Parenting blog We're Parents captured the photos before they were deleted and demanded Sears take action. The store responded to the incident last night with the following tweet:
@WinterLightHome We regret this isolated incident. We have investigated this incident and terminated the associate who was involved.
— Sears (@Sears) July 22, 2014
Were people satisfied with Sears' response? Find out on Huffington Post.