Chick-Fil-A Bans Unaccompanied Minors To Establishment

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Chick-fil-A issued a new policy to one of its restaurants in Pennsylvania in regard to minors, which was triggered by several incidents by unruly teenagers

Chick-fil-A said that it will no longer allow unaccompanied minors to this location without adult supervision, which was announced on its Facebook page.

The statement said, "We want to provide a comfortable and safe environment for our guests and our staff, and also to protect our building. Therefore, we cannot allow this to continue. As a result, to dine in our restaurant, anyone under the age of 16 is required to be accompanied by an adult."

It continued, "Parents, we are not blaming you. Children and teens are learning to navigate the world free from supervision and often push the boundaries. We simply can’t let them push those boundaries anymore at our restaurant. We encourage you to talk to your children and ask about behaviors they have seen and perhaps participated in."

What do you think of this policy? Would you be upset if more restaurants adopted this policy?

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