Florida Man Defends 5th Grade Son’s Hooters Mask: “We Go There As A Family To Eat Their Wings and Chocolate Cake”

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Florida news! Been a while.

A 5th grader has found himself slightly internet famous this week after he was told by his school he could no longer wear his Hooters face mask as they deemed it “offensive.”

The youngster’s dad, Steve Golba, called the school’s principal and explained:

“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! We go there all the time it is not an offensive mask.”

Dad picking Hooters for family night because of wings and sports and chocolate cake. CLASSIC dad move.

There is nothing in the dress code specifically about Hooters at the school, but they leave certain elements of the rules up to the discretion of the administrators. According to Ian, the 5th grader, the principal told him he found the mask offensive “because it expresses a woman’s body.”

According to FOX35 in Orlando, dad said he’ll take his son back to Hooters.

“We do like the chicken wings. They have the best chicken wings.”

Cheers to 2020!

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