Charisha Raylee Gobin is seven and a half months pregnant with twins, a boy and a girl. Recently, she went with her mother and sister to a local steakhouse in Marysville, Washington. She hoped for a nice, relaxing dining experience.
However, when Charisha and her family entered the restaurant, one of the waitresses quickly approached her.
“I’m sorry, you can’t be here in that shirt,” she told Charisha.
“Are you being serious with me right now?”
“Yep, you can’t be here.”
Charisha was wearing a black crop top (a top with sleeves that didn’t show cleavage) and a long white skirt. But she was told her outfit violated their no shoes, no shirt, no service policy and went against the restaurant’s “health code regulations.”
Charisha wasn’t buying it, and she was absolutely livid. She’s convinced that the waitress refused service because Charisha’s pregnant belly was showing and sticking out — and that if she hadn’t been pregnant, there wouldn’t have been an issue.
The angry expecting mom took to Facebook to share her story, and it quickly went viral.
Watch the video below to see how the restaurant responded to Charisha, and please SHARE this with your friends on Facebook!
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