Here’s your laugh for the day.
A Florida restaurant is receiving a lot of attention after their “Face Diapers Not Required” policy.
Beckjack’s Food Shack posted a photo of a sign that said “Face Diapers Not Required” and the post went viral.
Many thought the post was hilarious but Liberals, of course, said it was disgusting.
— New York Post (@nypost) February 16, 2021
— WFLA NEWS (@WFLA) February 15, 2021
The New York Post got the full scoop:
A Florida restaurant is getting some heat — and praise — for telling its patrons that “face diapers” aren’t required to dine there.
Beckyjack’s Food Shack, in Spring Hill, Hernando County, posted a photo to Facebook Sunday of the sign taped to its window.
“Face diapers not required,” it said. “Everyone welcome.”
“Howdy Folks! Happy Valentine’s Day,” said the caption on the post. “A friendly reminder that we DO NOT require Face Masks.”
Since then, the posting has racked up about 1,700 reactions, 2,000 comments and 373 shares.
You may find this story in Florida interesting.. ‘Face diapers not required’: Florida restaurant mask policy going viral https://t.co/EP8H804BMP
— Nicole Boone (@WBTW_NicoleB) February 16, 2021
Fox News chipped in too:
A restaurant in Florida is getting a lot of attention for its mask policy.
On Sunday, BeckyJack’s Food Shack in Hernando County, Florida, publicly announced that it doesn’t require face coverings by posting a picture on Facebook of a sign that says: “Face diapers not required! Everyone welcome.”
“A friendly reminder that we DO NOT require Face Masks,” the restaurant wrote, in part.
I thought the sign was pretty funny, what do you think?