Florida Man Is Fired Up After His Son, 11, Is Told To Remove Hooters Mask At School

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Florida boy Ian Golba, 11, thought he was just doing his part to prevent the spread of COVID-19 by wearing a Hooters mask to school. Mask up, they told the students. Do your part. Flatten the curve. Then Ian’s principal stepped in and told him the mask violates the school code of conduct.

“Because it expresses a woman’s body,” Golba told Fox 35 in Orlando.

Enter Ian’s dad, Steve. He got right on the phone to have a word with this principal.

“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,” Steve told the TV station. Steve’s frustrated with the school because he says it’s a restaurant and all his son’s trying to do is live life and stop the spread.

From the sound of things, Ian will be wearing a new mask to school and Steve’s going to make everything better by treating Ian to some wings, SPORTS (huge month coming up for father and son to enjoy, including Big Ten football — thanks to President Trump & Clay), and that famous chocolate cake that this family has enjoyed so many times — together!

Key word: together.

Steve’s not going to win the war with the principal, but the one thing Ian’s school can’t take away from them is that special time they spend TOGETHER talking sports and life at their local Hooters. There’s no need for Steve to continue railing against the principal. It’s only going to make things rough for his boy. Steve needs to keep thinking in his head that the principal eats boneless at Buffalo Wild Wings – and hates chocolate cake.

BTW, I tried to find the Hooters mask the boy wore to school. It’s not for sale on the Hooters site, but I found one you guys might like

Hooters COVID mask

Written by Joe Kinsey

Joe Kinsey is the Senior Director of Content of OutKick and the editor of the Morning Screencaps column that examines a variety of stories taking place in real America.

Kinsey is also the founder of OutKick’s Thursday Night Mowing League, America’s largest virtual mowing league.

Kinsey graduated from University of Toledo.


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