GASTONIA, N.C. - A woman said she is horrified by what happened when her family stopped for dinner in Gastonia.
She said all of the sudden, an inappropriate video showed up on the monitors right in front of her two children.
Carolyn Baile told Channel 9 that when her family stopped to eat at Buffalo Wild Wings in Gastonia a video of topless women popped up on the TV screens.
Baile said they have eaten there several times before and never had a problem.
She said her 17-year-old son noticed the inappropriate images first and they immediately notified the manager and their server, who changed the channel and apologized.
Baile said she knows other diners also saw the video and were offended.
She believes the restaurant staff should be more careful and be held accountable.
“I was horrified. It was awful to have my daughter next to me and son to be witness. Our kids are bombarded by stuff all the time and we should be able to trust some places in the world, especially a family restaurant,” Baile said.
Buffalo Wild Wings apologized for the incident and called it an inadvertent mistake.
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