A children ban at a local Arby's is upsetting a lot of parents.
According to Today, a notice posted on the front door of the Arby's in Princeton, Minnesota, was discovered October 6 and read the following: "Only well behaved children who can keep their food on their trays and their bottoms on their seats are welcome. If you can't do this you will be asked to leave. Thank you."
Mother of a 2-year-old, Christine Hemsworth, ate at the restaurant with her 2-year-old toddler anyway because her family had a family meal coupon. She said that in addition to being aware of the rules and the risk she was taking having her toddler there, a male employee cursed in front of her family (which her 11-year-old noticed).
Hemsworth initially posted something about it on Facebook, but deleted it and then reached out the KARE 11.
Surprisingly, people dove into the conversation in support of the restaurant.
"I wish more places did this. Maybe parents will get the hint and discipline their kids, one person commented on KARE 11's post.
"No they need not be punished, good for them, people go out to enjoy a nice meal in peace, be respectful of others around you, doesn't matter if it's fast food or up scale restaurant, respect is what you need to be," said another.
And of course, other people were angry at Arby's for posting the sign.
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