Pub gave mum a dustpan and brush and ‘told her to clear up her toddler’s’ mess after she dropped food on floor from her high chair

Pub gave mum a dustpan and brush and ‘told her to clear up her toddler’s’ mess after she dropped food on floor from her high chair

- in Usa News

A MUM was handed a dustpan and brush to clean up her baby daughter’s mess half-way through their pub meal.

Alex Parry and baby Olivia were enjoying brunch at the Antelope pub in Angelsey when the embarrassing incident happened.

Facebook / Alex Parry

Mum Alex Parry, 22, was speechless when she was told to clean up her baby’s mess while they lunched in a pub[/caption]


Danielle Feather cleans up the mess made by her friend Alex Parry’s daughter Olivia[/caption]

Alex, 22, who is a regular at the pub along with her daughter, said it was the first time she had ordered a meal for Olivia, who has just started eating solid food.

Wales Online report that after she said sorry to one of the waitresses for the mess Olivia made, Ms Parry was told it wasn’t a problem and not to worry.

However, moments later the manager came over with a dustpan and brush.

Pub owners Mitchell & Butler said no offence was meant and that the group, which included friend Danielle and her baby son Oscar, had offered to clean up the mess.

Facebook / Alex Parry

Alex says she was initially told not to worry about the mess but then the manager came over with a dustpan and brush[/caption]

Alex said she had not offered to clean up, but said she would have done anyway at the end of the meal.

She claims she had been made to feel uncomfortable by the approach, before the meal was even finished.

The Sun reached out to Ms Parry but she was unavailable for comment.

She told the Daily Post: “When the manager came over to serve food to another table, I could see him looking at the floor by our table and said he would get a dustpan and brush for me to clean up.

Facebook / Alex Parry

Alex had been at the pub with her friend Danielle who was accompanied by her son Oscar[/caption]

“At first I thought he was joking but he came over while I was still eating and put it on the table next to us.”

Mitchell & Butler said the firm appreciate kids can make a mess sometimes and did not mean to cause any offence.

However, the pub giants made a meal about the amount of mess Olivia left.

They added: “We had feedback at the time and afterwards on social media from other guests dining about the volume of mess on the floor.”

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