A mom who breastfeeds in public may be accused by some of being immodest, but it's a rare occasion when she's called a terrorist. Yet that's the reason mom Roseline Remans was asked to leave a country club in White Plains, NY, after breastfeeding her 4-month-old daughter.
According to the New York Post, Remans was having lunch at the club, and when she started to nurse her daughter at the table, staff asked her to relocate to the bathroom. But police arrived shortly thereafter and asked the family to leave the club because they posed a threat to other members. Their excuse? In Sri Lanka, babies have been used by terrorists to create a diversion, and the cops saw Remans's backpack as a potential threat.