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Mom mortified after waiter gives her 12-year-old daughter alcohol
Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@orignalbchillmama

Mom mortified after waiter gives her 12-year-old daughter alcohol

The mom was totally shocked over what happened

A mom was left utterly mortified when a waiter served her 12-year-old daughter an alcoholic cocktail.

TikToker Brynn Chilson - aka @originalbchillmama - shared a video explaining what had happened after her daughter was given what was supposed to be a mocktail in a Red Lobster restaurant.

Brynn was mortified over what happened.

Despite asking for a mocktail, it seems the waiter assumed that the pair wanted their drinks served with alcohol.

But Brynn has dismissed this, explaining that alcohol should not be served to anyone who looks underage.

In all States, the legal age for drinking is currently 21.

"My 12-year-old got a drink sat in front of her, she put the straw in the drink was this close to taking a sip," she explained in a video.

"As the waitress was getting ready to walk away she said, 'you wanted alcohol in those right?' and that's when it started."

You can watch Brynn explaining below:

After the waitress realised that they didn't want alcohol in their drinks, Brynn explained that she wasn't happy that her daughter had been given an alcoholic beverage and they hadn't even thought to ID her.

In the TikTok, the mum shared a clip of her encounter with the waitress, who she claims 'gaslighted' her and didn't take any accountability.

In the video, the waitress explained that although the drinks were listed under 'mocktails' on the menu, there is the option to 'spike them' by adding alcohol.

But Brynn and her daughter explained that they never once asked to add alcohol to their drinks.

Brynn asked: “She’s only 12 years old, what if she would have drank that?” To which the server responded: “That’s why I took it back off the table.”

The mum shared what happened.

In the clip, she explained: "This needs to be heard. Red Lobster need to hear this, other people need to hear this in case they order off the mocktail menu, you need to make it clear that you don't want alcohol, even though it's a mocktail."

Brynn explained she was posting the video so that other people, such as pregnant women, those who don't drink alcohol - or those with allergies - don't end up in a similar situation.

Brynn explained that following the incident, she will now be testing her daughter's drinks to make sure a similar mistake is not made on a separate occasion.

UNILAD has reached out to Red Lobster for comment.

Topics: Food and Drink, News