Lansing Restaurant Scene of Diaper Changing on Dining Table
A friend posted on Facebook this weekend that he observed a patron at an undisclosed Lansing restaurant changing a baby's dirty diaper ON THE TABLE WHERE PEOPLE EAT, then not washing their hands after the deed.
In case the manual they were issued when the infant arrived in their lives didn't mention, a table from which people eat food is NOT a sanitary place to change a child's diaper. This is one way the quite unpleasant Norovirus gets shared - that's the bug that brings the delightful affects of nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal cramping, and, in some cases, fever and malaise. Yeah. Super.
Someone commented on his post that one time when they were working in a restaurant, a patron asked for a paper cup, which they provided. The patron then allowed their little boy to relieve his bladder into the cup IN THE MIDDLE OF THE RESTAURANT.