Manchester 10-year-olds get Sex On The Beach in a ‘Red Hot’ Buffet
To the Red Hot Buffet World on Deansgate, Manchester, for a story that has the lot.
Ashley Dodds, 29, is with her daughter… Dennon. Dennon is 10. Dennon is with a friend of the same age. (We’ll get tired to saying Dennon eventually).
Mum orders a Sweet Kiss ‘mocktail’ for the girls. She then goes outside for a cigarette. The waiters brings the girls their cocktails – two glasses of Sex On the Beach (“A naughty little mix of vodka and peach schnapps topped with both cranberry and pineapple juice”).
A spokesman for Red Hot World Buffet explains:
“We did serve something wrong, however putting it into context the issue was the lady went outside for a cigarette and left the children unattended.. there is a responsibility for parents to stay with their children.”
“It is unbelievable. They are so unprofessional. How dare they blame it on me. It makes me out to be a bad mother but they made the mistake. I ordered my daughter and her friend Sweet Kisses, and a bit later me and my friend decided to go for a cigarette. I went to the counter to ask for two more Sweet Kisses to be taken over to them, then went downstairs for a cigarette. When I came back up my daughter just blurted out saying ‘mum, I’ve had alcohol’”
One minute it’s Sweet Kisses, the next it’s Sex on the Beach. It’s like Manchester is twinned with Faliraki.
It turns out that the Sweet Kisses drink had been mistaken for the non-alcoholic Safe Sex on the Beach and then futher confused with the full blown, unprotected bareback Sex on the Beach.
Ashley adds – and this is great:
“I wouldn’t even let Dennon look at the menu because it said Sex on the Beach, and a Virgin Mojito, and I don’t want her reading that stuff. I don’t even want her thinking about that kind of stuff. I told the manager that at the end of the day the mocktail menu is non-alcoholic so you are mainly aiming at children, but was told that wasn’t necessarily the case.”
The Virgin Mary wept…