Up to my knowledge an electrified (charged) body can attract a non-electrified (neutral) body. I thought this because, when we bring a charged (suppose negatively charged) body near a neutral one. Electrified body can attract a non-electrified body by the opposite charge induced on neutral body due to electrostatic induction, then the answer to the above question would be likely to say that electrified body exerts attractive force on non-electrified body.
But going through the Wikipedia's encyclopedia of electric charge, I found the following line:
No force, either of attraction or of repulsion, can be observed between an electrified body and a body not electrified.
My view on the concept is contradictory to the statement.
EDIT: I have seen a article supporting my view.You can see at the bottom of this link page about interaction between charged(electrified) and neutral(non-electrified)body.