I can't be the only one who has run into this, but I think I was almost arrested today for being barefoot in the grocery store. The manager was trying to be nice, but he seemed to really think I was breaking the law. Here I was, obviously shopping, even wearing my black pearl earrings! He wanted me out of there as soon as possible, but he did let me finish shopping with the understanding that I would be gone in about 10 minutes. I have been trying to find anything about Idaho law since I got home and can't find anything other than a letter from 2009 via the Society for Barefoot Living that says there is no such law, and other various mentions that businesses either seem to think it is a law or pretend it is. http://www.barefooters.org/health-dept/ID2009.pdf On the humorous side, when the poor manager started to quote the no shirt, no shoes, no service (really those words) to me, he got all embarrassed and decided not to mention the shirt requirement again. Another thing, the whole incident really has my mom on riled up. She's ready to take them on, both for misinformation and for stupid requirements! Its great to have support. I have to wonder if it was another shopper who "turned me in" because of how the original employee ran up to me. Again, he was polite and I really kind of felt bad for him because I don't think he wanted to bother me.