Should parents get discounts for their children’s good behaviour in restaurants?

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A restaurant owner in Italy fed-up with unruly children has come up with a creative idea to help curb bad behaviour – he’s giving patrons with well-behaved kids a five per cent discount on their bill.

Antonio Ferrari, owner of the restaurant, Padua, in Northern Italy said that the unique approach is his way of showing customers, “we like having children here – as long as they behave”.

“When you get parents who are rude, the kids think they can do anything,” the 40-year-old said. “They might climb on the tables with their shoes on, play in the bathroom and make a mess with the taps, or annoy the other customers.”

What do you think – a good idea or are you affronted by his judgement on you as a parent?

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