Mrs Stanbank had given herself plenty of time to get from Radcliffe into Bury with her two young children on Thursday last week.
The mum, aged 31, was going to a 10am hairdressing appointment with her daughter Maizie-Amelia, aged four and week-old, Oscar. They arrived at the Dumers Lane bus stop at about 9. It was a little bit humiliating.
Mrs Stanbank managed to catch the next bus and made her appointment in time but asked her husband to pick her up in town rather than risk a bus ride again. A spokesman for First Manchester apologised for the lack of service Mrs Stanbank received and say they have been in touch with her. We have made contact with the customer in question to discuss the matter.
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Shannon, who had been in Manchester city centre visiting her mum, phoned Northern Rail's complaints line but was told that the matter would be dealt with internally. A Northern Rail spokesman said: Last month a heavily pregnant woman wet herself after supermarket Iceland refused to let her use their toilets.
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