Kris Bulla, 35, and her brother Michael Dawson, 30, both of Fort Myers, protest in front of the Applebee's restaurant at U.S. 41 and Cypress Lake Drive in South Fort Myers with 30 others Saturday afternoon. The restaurant's policy is to ask customers to cover their feeding when it disturbs others. While feeding her son Drake, Bulla said she came to tell others, 'It's okay to breastfeed whenever and wherever the baby happens to get hungry.'

Photo by MATT CLARK, Daily News

Kris Bulla, 35, and her brother Michael Dawson, 30, both of Fort Myers, protest in front of the Applebee's restaurant at U.S. 41 and Cypress Lake Drive in South Fort Myers with 30 others Saturday afternoon. The restaurant's policy is to ask customers to cover their feeding when it disturbs others. While feeding her son Drake, Bulla said she came to tell others, "It's okay to breastfeed whenever and wherever the baby happens to get hungry."

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