A Minnesota Arby caused a stir last month after attaching a sign to his entrance telling parents that they are being asked to leave the house when their little ones misbehave.
Christina Hemsworth noticed the sign visiting Arby's at Elk River – about 35 miles north of Minneapolis – on October 6, floors on her seats are welcome. If you can not do this, you will be asked to leave, "said the sign.
Hemsworth told the outlet she was worried that her 2-year-old would violate these rigorous conditions of use, but decided to eat there anyway.
During dinner, an Arby employee cursed in front of the family, an action that they said contradicted the etiquette restaurant's plea.
"I'm not a complainant – it really is not me," Hemsworth told the outlet. "The manager would have been able to address the message to individuals and not forward them to the general public."
Hemsworth shared her experiences on a Facebook post that evening. Swiss Post collected around 330 shares before deleting them.
Then she turned to Minneapolis & # 39; KARE 11 to share the story – which the broadcaster posted on his Facebook page.
reactions were largely praising. Many praised the franchise for resisting parents who did not discipline their children. Some who worked in restaurants agreed with the Arby franchise.
"I wish more places had done this," reads a post. "Maybe parents get the hint and train their kids."
Others thought the language was insensitive. Amid media coverage of the franchise's trademark, the franchise apologized.
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"We quickly removed it and disciplined the manager and team working in the restaurant. It does not reflect our corporate values and the family-friendly environment that we want to offer in all of our restaurants.
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Fox News is called Elk River Place with a request for comment. The restaurant refused and sent Fox News to the Arby headquarters, where a request for comment on the sign was not returned immediately.