Baby Gaga breast milk ice cream 'seized' by council

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Ice cream made from human breast milk has been removed from a restaurant in London, following complaints by members of the public.

The Baby Gaga dessert went on sale at ice cream parlour Icecreamists in Covent Garden in February.

The product sold out hours after it went on sale and up to 200 women have asked if they can donate.

Richard Block from Westminster Council has told the BBC that there are risks if the breast milk isn't adequately screened.

But Matt O'Connor, the man behind the idea, says they have followed all the correct screening procedures and that the product is safe.

Matt Cooke reports.

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