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Not for crying children

Not for crying children

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The children are crying. Usually more often than adults, but they do not do it maliciously. Despite this, they must bear the consequences of their behavior, and with them also their legal guardians, i.e. parents. And so stop owners of crying children say restaurant owners or even the captain of the plane. For various reasons, completely forgetting that tearfulness is an innate trait and affects every infant to a greater or lesser degree.

American restaurant

It is not known whether this ban was a marketing procedure, attracting attention and arousing a lot of controversy, but at the same time a cheap form of advertising. The fact is that the owners of one of the American restaurants succeeded. They made all eyes look at them. We are talking about the Grand Center, which introduced a ban on admission for crying babies.

The owner of the restaurant, who promoted his restaurant as a child-friendly place, decided to change the tactics. He listened to complaints and banned children from crying. How did you put your ban into practice? It's easy. It is enough for the daughter or son of one of the guests to start to indulge, and parents are asked to go outside with the child. No discussion.

End of traveling. Thrown out of the plane

Another example of not accepting the crying of a child was brought by the events of the last days, when the marriage with the child was thrown out of the plane. the captain decided to call the police, because the four-year-old began to cry and was not quickly calmed down. Parents explained that the toddler was frightened by the face of one of the passengers covered in scars.

The captain who listened to tears, in turn, decided that the child was disturbing him at work, i.e. threatening the safety of other passengers. The child's parents received little compensation. They did not stop at him. They plan to prosecute the carrier and take the case to court.

What do you think about these two situations? Were these the right decisions?