Some people take their jobs way too seriously. Common sense is a virtue, and those with common sense knows that rules can be be left open to interpretation.
Jennifer Frederich, and her 6 month-old baby, Kaylin, were ordered to leave the Burger King because the baby was not wearing shoes. The idiot manager said the baby posed a health risk to the other customers because she was barefoot.
Never mind that the baby can't walk or even crawl yet. The manager still threatened to call the police if the baby didn't leave. Frederich, Kaylin, her mother and about 20 girls from her church group were in the restaurant when the jerk manager spied the barefoot Kaylin in her grandmother's arms. He puffed out his chest that had his manager name tag pinned to it, and pointed to a sign outside the door that said “shoes and shirt required”. That same sign also said "service animals," meaning seeing eye dogs, were allowed.
So, in other words, a filthy seeing eye dog poses no health risk inside the restaurant, but a 6-month-old baby does?
The Burger King Corp. has since apologized to Frederich, and the company released a statement saying they planned to "re-train" the restaurant employees. But how do you teach common sense? That idiot should lose his job just for being a moron.