A Texas mother claims she was kicked out of a local restaurant after changing her baby's diaper at the table.
Miranda Sowers explained she was at Brother's Pizza Express in Spring, Texas when she took her 4-month-old to the bathroom and discovered there was no changing table.
Traveling alone with the infant and her two young children, she didn't want to take everyone out to their minivan to do the quick change so decided to do it on one of the seats in the restaurant.
"I thought, you know what? I've got my own changing pad, she's tiny, she fits right here on the chair. So I laid her down quickly and quietly changed her diaper," Miranda told CBS affiliate KHOU.
But as manager Donny Lala pointed out, a dirty diaper can cause quite the stench. "As soon as you start opening the diaper, people start complaining about the smell of the diaper. Last thing I want is a customer throwing up," he told the station.
Miranda has reportedly filed a complaint with the Better Business Bureau against the establishment. She maintains no one saw her changing the diaper, but was still asked to leave.
We want to hear from you: Was it okay for Miranda to change her baby's diaper in public, given there was no changing table in the bathroom? Or was it inappropriate given the business serves food and it was done in front of other patrons?
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