- Jun 4, 2008
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No way - their date night is special but not more special than mine.I get the whole special needs empathy but where do you draw the line. Is it ok to disturb people paying to have dinner in some measure of peace.
I say no. When me and my sisters were kids my parents would take us to dinner with the warning that if we didn't behave we would have to go sit in the car. I understand this kid can't help it but does that give the parents a right to disturb others?
What do you say?
A Maryland woman and her family were asked to leave an Outback Steakhouse after her son, who has special needs, was the subject of a noise complaint.news.yahoo.com
Outback isn’t cheap, so I’m not paying full price to have my good time ruined by anyone. I’m not eating at the outback as a charity.
Sucks for the parents and I feel for them but it’s not my fault their kid shouldnt be in a restaurant.