Social media is ablaze with fury over Bunnings’ controversial ban on customers’ dogs from the store unless they wear a muzzle.
Introduced in 2015, the policy followed an accident resulting in a child being bitten by a dog while shopping at the hardware giant.
“You have to muzzle your dog in Bunnings?! Just because some silly kid didn’t ask permission before touching a dog and got nipped? F***ing pathetic,” one customer wrote on Facebook.
The shopper recalled the moment she brought her “friendly” dogs to a Bunnings in Perth, and was instantly ordered to remove them since they didn’t have muzzles.
“Muzzles are for aggressive dogs and evil crotch goblins. Not friendly, loving pooches,” she said.