Coronation Street star Natasha Naomi Rea and her son suffered panic attacks after they were denied entry to a film at Vue cinemas.
Natasha took her son Luciano to the Vue cinema in Manchester to see Suicide Squad.
However, the pair were denied entry to watching the film as its rating is a 15, meaning her 10-year-old son was unable to watch it.
Natasha played a prisoner in Coronation Street when Sally Metcalfe (Sally Dynevor) was behind bars and explained her ordeal over the recent events to Manchester Evening News:
‘I was upset by the rudeness of them. He kept blocking us. He started going on about us not having a mask and I said I didn’t need to wear one.’
Natasha lives with anxiety and bipolar and explained she and her son were asked for proof of age when they were given their tickets, but were given them anyway after she explained they didn’t have any ID.
She continued on and said that a member of staff from the cinema challenged them, which led to Natasha hyperventilating and her son experiencing a hand tremor.
Taking to Twitter, Natasha wrote: ‘Service from Vue Cinemas Manchester was just disgusting!
Causing myself and Luciano to have a panic attack, you need to learn how to treat people with invisible illness! Will not be coming back!’
Metro.co.uk have contacted Vue Cinemas for a comment on the matter.
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