Michelle Mone called the police after discovering a toddler had been left in a car, with the alarm going off, for up to an hour in – 7°C temperatures.
The mum of three almost smashed in the car window to reach the two year old in her concern and contacted staff of the local store.
At the time, she tweeted: “Waiting at car as mother has left her baby in car for an hour at -7 called police & might smash window. Nut case Mx”
The toddler turned out to be the son of Celtic football ace Charlie Mulgrew, who was reportedly angry over the incident.
Mone later tweeted: “Baby safe and well, shame the parents were angry with me but I felt I only did the right thing for the baby as it was minus 7 Mx”
Police questioned Mone and his partner Alana, who had been shopping at Costco, Glasgow, at the time of the incident.
A Strathclyde Police spokeswoman said: “About 15.30, police were called to a report of a baby in a car in the Costco car park at St. Rollox in Glasgow.
"The emergency services attended and the baby was examined by paramedics at the scene. He did not require any treatment.
"A 24-year-old male and a 22-year-old female are subject of a report to the procurator fiscal."
Mone, who was reportedly unaware of whom the child’s parent were, tweeted in response to coverage: “Gutted with all the press.Myself,Laura&Store;staff were extremely concerned about a baby left in car at -7,not in sight of front door&car;alarm going off.Time passed&we;all decided to call the police.Turning back the clock I’d do it all again.Sometime you think in many ways "What If" I wish the parents&baby;well Mx”