The Minnesota Arby created a riot last month after posting a signboard at their entrance that told parents they would be asked to leave if their toddlers misbehaved.
Christina Hemsworth noticed the sign when she visited the Arbee in the Elk River – about 35 miles north of Minneapolis – on October 6, Today Food reported.
"Only well-educated children who can hold their boxes and their bottoms in their seats are welcome. If you cannot do this, you will be asked to leave, ”the sign read.
Hemsworth told the outlet that he was worried that her 2-year-old would violate these stringent conditions of service, but decided to eat there anyway.
While having dinner, an Arby employee scolded the family, an act that she believed was contrary to the restaurant's request for a label.
"I'm not a complainant – I'm not really," Hemsworth said at the exit. "The manager could address the message to people individually rather than give it to the general public."
Hemsworth recounted his attempt at a Facebook post tonight. The post garnered about 330 shares before deleting it.
She then reached out to Minneapolis's KARE 11 to share the story – which the station posts on its Facebook page.
The reactions are largely commendable. Many praised the franchise for confronting parents who failed to discipline their children. Some who worked in restaurants were involved in the Arby franchise.
"I wish more places to do this" read one post. "Perhaps parents will get a hint and teach their children."
Others find the language insensitive. Amid media coverage of the franchise sign, the franchise apologized.
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"We recognize that the language in this sign is read in this sign." "We removed it quickly and disciplined the restaurant manager and team. This does not reflect the values of our company and the family-friendly environment we strive to provide in all our restaurants. ”
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Fox News called the Elk River location requesting comment. The restaurant declined and directed Fox News to Arby's corporate offices, where a request for comment on the sign was not immediately returned.