A local resident claims she was kicked out of a local business because her 19-month-old kept pulling off his mask [VIDEO]

According to the executive order, children under two are not required to wear masks.

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17 COMMENTS

  1. i keep worrying abt this, its not fair – if we need to take a child somewhere, my child turned 2, 2 months ago. a 2 yr old wont keep one on either. perhaps the normal age would be 3

  2. Yes. I called them today. They said everyone must wear a mask regardless of age. Even infants!
    Maybe they didn’t get the meno that the CDC warns masks are dangerous for children under age two

  3. Kicked out or asked nicely? I carry a copy of the EO in my purse. It’s better for the person to see for themselves then to argue. If they are still not obligatory, simply ask, how can we resolve this amicably? Do you want to call the appropriate authorities or shall I? The number is 732-363-0200, press 1. If you call, make sure to use the words “baby”, “threat” and “harrass” in any tense, past present or future.

  4. Hang on- if they have a policy, you need to comply with it.

    Whether you agree with it or not.

    If the policy finest comply with government regulations (meaning they aren’t enforcing it) then it’s a a problem.

    But if they want to be extra cautious , it’s their right.

  5. Try to put up a no parking/standing sign in front of your house and see what happens. Once a store misplaced my credit card and claimed they couldn’t find it. I called the police. They produced it in two minutes. The owner says I should never come back. The police spoke to him and told him that he has a right to serve or not to serve whoever he wants but the person has a right to sue him for discrimination if he does not have a valid reason. They told him if they have a customer’s property and refuse to return it or help them retrieve it that could be a criminal offense. I got my card back and tried to return everything I just bought and the owner tried to refuse. The cop took him aside. I returned everything and left and no-one in my family including my relatives ever shopped there again. While on the subject, there are so many stores in Lakewood that don’t follow the rules nor do the majority of their customers even during high-risk customer times. I no longer shop in any one of them, even when this is all over. My Rav and my doctor say stay far away from them. I know why there’s a spike in Lakewood and so do you. People are much less than cautious. The pendulum swings both ways and Chazal teach us extremes are not good for a reason.

  6. It’s basically the bowing alley’s way of saying we don’t want those who come with kids to enter. No parents should put a mask on an infant or toddler under two!

  7. The EO has nothing to do with it. You are walking on the store owners private property and if they have a rule which you are not following then they can kick you out. -Even if the rule doesn’t make sense.

  8. This establishment is very rude and has been anti semetic for years. I’m not sure why people always go there.
    There is another place about 10-15 minutes away and I was surprised how nice and friendly they were. They even sell kosher food and cholov yisroel ice cream . The rude establishment could have easily been doing that too but they obviously chose not to cater to us.

  9. Please don’t make this a religion thing.Ive seen plenty of people kicked out of establishments,white,black,latino.It doesn’t matter what race.You don’t have a mask you will be asked to leave any establishment.

  10. This establishment has been rude obnoxious and hateful for years. They are clearly antisemites. Havent been there for 10 plus yrs. there are other bowling alleys that are nice and courteous.

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