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article imageChild banned from donut shop after asking if woman was pregnant

By Kevin Fitzgerald     Jul 29, 2014 in Odd News
Monroe - A manager at a Connecticut donut shop told a four-year-old boy that he was no longer allowed to come in after the child asked a woman if she was pregnant or just really liked donuts.
Yahoo! News reports that Justin Otero and his mother recently stopped by the Doughnut Inn of Monroe and encountered another customer who appeared to be eating for two.
According to Bossip.com, the woman politely responded that she was not pregnant and did not seem to take offense to the question. The boy's mother quickly apologized to the woman for her child's actions.
Gawker states that after leaving the shop without further incident, the manager told the boy's mother that he was no longer allowed to visit when the pair returned the next day.
Gawker also printed a quote with the mother saying:
"She said, 'he's not allowed in here,' and I looked around, and said, 'him?' and she said 'yeah, he's rude',"
A Facebook posting, which has since been removed, stated that the story was fabricated.
To make matters worse for the donut shop, another company going by the name of the Doughnut Inn alleges on its Facebook page that the Monroe shop may be illegally using the copyrighted brand name and that legal action was already in place.
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