Mother who wants to report a lunch promoter who has eaten a FISH FINGER from the tray at her daughter's school, is slammed shut by other parents and told & # 39; to get a grip & # 39;
- A woman from the UK went to Mumsnet to ask if she was unreasonable
- Anonymous mother was told on Friday about the incident by her daughter, eight
- Parents quickly criticized the mother for her plan to report employees
A mother slammed online after admitting she was considering reporting a lunch promoter who ate a fish finger from a tray at her daughter's school.
The anonymous woman from the UK went to Mumsnet to ask other parents if her wish to report the employee was unreasonable.
But members of the website quickly criticized the mother, who was told about the incident by her eight-year-old daughter on Friday, and insisted that she get & # 39;
& # 39; OMG how did you give this some space? Seriously, what difference does it make? & # 39; wrote one, as another wrote: & # 39; Get a grip. And tell your child to get a matching. & # 39;
A mother slammed online after admitting that she was considering reporting a lunch promoter who ate a fish finger from a tray at her daughter's school (stock photo)
The anonymous UK woman went to Mumsnet (photo) to ask other parents if her wish to report the staff member was unreasonable
In the post the mother wrote: & # 39; My eight-year-old daughter told me that yesterday she saw a fish supervisor take a fish finger off the tray at the serving hatch with her fingers from the tray and eat it. & # 39;
& # 39; She said no other adults saw it, but she has seen this staff member do this before. Would you email to school and pass on what my daughter said? & # 39;
It continued: & # 39; A few bits of context: I believe my daughter probably didn't make this up, and the supervisor has been working there for about 30 years.
& # 39; She's very tough on the kids (based on what daughter told me) and other parents have said that even the staff are a little scared of her. & # 39;
& # 39; The school had an outbreak of norovirus last week, so I was very enthusiastic about fighting infection, washing hands, etc. & # 39;
Other parents wanted to express their disbelief about the mother's willingness to tell her daughter's story
She called it & # 39; unprofessional & # 39; and added that it is & # 39; a bad example for the children & # 39; before they asked forum users if they would report it or leave it.
And other parents wanted to express their disbelief about the mother's willingness to tell her daughter's story.
& # 39; Unless she picked one up, licked it and put it on someone's plate, I really wouldn't bother with it & # 39 ;, wrote a second while a second joke: & # 39; I would skip the school and go straight to the police to report the Fishfinger Thief! & # 39;
Added further: & # 39; I couldn't really worry about this and I'm surprised that an eight-year-old noticed it and was worth mentioning. & # 39;
After the negative comments, the mother admitted that she now understood that the plan to email & # 39; ridiculous & # 39; used to be
However, some supported the parent's position and wrote that certain schools only cook exact quantities, so that the lunch promoter & # 39; literally would steal that fish from a child's plate & # 39 ;.
After the negative comments, the mother admitted that she now understood that the plan to email & # 39; ridiculous & # 39; used to be.
But she defended her thoughts and added: & # 39; If I had continued with my (now I see ridiculous) plan to email the school, I would have just passed on what my daughter had said.
& # 39; I did not expect that they would do anything special except & # 39; have a word & # 39; if they felt it was necessary. & # 39;
& # 39; I thought it was inappropriate and a bad example, because the children would probably be told if they would take a fish finger with their fingers off the tray and eat it without a plate. & # 39;
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