Is this how kids act today? Where are their parents and how is this acceptable?

Daniela1982
Do you thin k this restaurant should ban under 18 kids from their restaurant after hearing about their behavior?
A California burger joint has banned under-18s, unless accompanied by a parent or guardian, due to what it described as unacceptable behavior by young people.

Red Rooster Burgers & Brew, which is located in Garden Valley, announced the decision in a recent Facebook post, saying it had tolerated the behavior for two years.

It described the young customers in question as "kiddos" and said it had voiced its concerns on multiple occasions.

After implementing rules that would still allow the customers to enjoy a trip to the restaurant and spend time with friends, it became clear that their conduct was going to continue, it said.

The post added that it was not the owners' intent to "exile the youth in our community" - but they needed to protect their property.

The restaurant's post listed several incidents, including: fries being thrown at employees; condoms being left in toilets; candy being stuck to the ceilings, and condiments being squirted into the wrong bottles and thrown around the premises.

It also accused the young customers of sitting on the baby-changing tables in the restrooms while "making out."

"Some of their actions are unlawful and we won't allow it," the restaurant said in its Facebook post.

Other reasons the restaurant cited were "marijuana being smoked in the bathroom" and customers stealing soda from the fridge.

According to the restaurant, the surrounding neighborhood streets had also been defaced. "Recently a neighbor's Halloween display was vandalized. We found pieces of it in our parking lot," the post added.
Is this how kids act today? Where are their parents and how is this acceptable?
Is this how kids act today? Where are their parents and how is this acceptable?
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