Burger King has given a generic apology to a woman who claims she was told to stop breast-feeding her baby in a Utah restaurant.
Kate Geary says she was made to "feel like a criminal" when an employee told her to either stop the feeding or leave the dining room.
Geary asked for an apology from the fast-food company, which issued a prepared statement today, apologizing for "any inconvenience" any guests suffered.
Burger King says an employee was responding to another customer who was uncomfortable with Geary breast-feeding her baby in the restaurant.
Utah state law gives women the right to breast-feed anywhere.
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