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Barista asks if he was 'sexist' to tell customer to stop changing baby's dirty diaper.

Barista asks if he was 'sexist' to tell customer to stop changing baby's dirty diaper.

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Working in food service often means seeing a truly disgusting side of humanity between watching what the general public can to do a restaurant bathroom or witnessing how people can shamelessly abandon all of their table manners...

So, when a conflicted man decided to consult the moral compass of the internet otherwise known as Reddit's "Am I the As*hole" about an incident in his building's cafe, people were quick to help deem a verdict.

AITA (Am I the As*hole) for telling a woman she can’t change her baby’s dirty nappy on our cafe’s chairs?

Background Info:

So the building where the cafe that I work at is located in, was built in the 1750’s and is therefore a listed building. Because of that, we cannot knock down walls so we are tight on space.

A consequence of that is that we only have enough space for one women’s toilet and one men’s toilet. No baby changing facilities in either. There is, however, a public toilet block no more than 50m away from our premises. It has multiple baby changing facilities, in both the female and male toilet blocks.

Sources: Reddit
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