Adults should know that it's common courtesy to not ask a woman if she's pregnant, but a kid asking that question? C'mon, they don't know any better!
A mother was stunned to find out her 4-year-old son was banned from a Connecticut doughnut shop for asking another customer if she was pregnant.
Rebecca Denham says her son, Justin Otero, asked another woman at the Doughnut Inn in Monroe if she had a "baby in her belly." The woman said no; Justin's mom was horrified and apologized profusely.
"My response was, 'Oh my goodness, I'm so embarrassed, I'm so sorry,'" Denham told WFSB. The woman wasn't offended by Justin's statement, but apparently the store manager was. The next time Denham and her son went to the doughnut shop, they were asked to leave.
The store manager said "He's not allowed in here," Denham said. When asked why her son was banned, the manager said "He's rude."
Denham said she tried to explain to her son what happened and he "sort of" understands, and she will use this as a learning lesson for him. She also said they'll be taking their business elsewhere from now on. Neither the owner of the Doughnut Inn nor the manager wanted to comment.