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Children In Restaurants: Manager Orders Child To Remove Squeaky Shoes

CHILDREN in Restaurants Watch – Part 2: The Squeaky Shoes.

“They want to help children with disabilities and this was just something that happened in their cafe and they are not proud of it,” says Catherine Duke.

Last week, an assistant manager at a Savannah Panera Bread, told Duke’s 2-year-old daughter to remove her shoes. A customer had complained they were squeaking “too much”. “We weren’t welcome with the shoes. It was very blatant,” adds Duke. “Emma has an undiagnosed developmental disorder that prevented her from walking until she was 23-months-old. These are special shoes. They squeak when she walks properly.”

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Posted: 17th, January 2014 | In: Reviews, The Consumer | Comment