I went to the park this past Monday and saw something interesting happen. A family next to us was going through the turnstiles with a stroller. The child in the stroller looked at least 5 years old, probably closer to 6. The mom insisted he was under 3. The CM at the turnstile asked her several times if she was sure her child was under 3, then rolled her year, and allowed the stroller to pass. At what point should the CM ask for some sort of verification? It was so obvious that this child was way over 3 and the mother was lying. I was disgusted by the incident and that the CM allowed it to happen. I could tell she didn't believe the mom and I figured it was more of a hassle to push the issue, but it seemed so wrong!
Anyone else see something like this happen?
Also, a few hours later, we saw a ECV pulling a stroller behind it. Yes, like towing a stroller. It was the most ridiculous thing I have ever seen. The child in the stroller had her feet wedged under the seat of the ECV (there seemed to be some metal bar) and her mom, or grandma, was pulling her along at full speed. Down a hill. Wow