A fifth-grade student at Sunset Park Elementary School in Windermere was told not to wear his Hooters face mask in class, because it violates the Student Code of Conduct. His father says there’s nothing offensive about a restaurant.
Greg Golba, told FOX35 Orlando that he called the school's principal to ask why exactly his son was asked to remove the Hooters face covering.
"He told me it was deemed offensive. I told him we go there as a family. We eat their wings, we watch sports. I said we have chocolate cake! I've never viewed it as anything but a restaurant. Do we feel women's bodies are offensive? I don't know. I don't. The principal told me that it was inappropriate. I said I don't understand why it's inappropriate. There's nothing wrong with that mask."
Unfortunately, the district's dress code states that the principal at each school reserves the right to determine what appropriate dress is for the school, so the Hooters mask is going to have to stay at home.
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