MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A pregnant woman is fighting a restaurant policy after she was refused service.

Charisha Gobin is 7-and-a-half-months pregnant with twins. The Washington mother stopped by the Buzz Inn Steakhouse in Marysville with her family while wearing a crop top that exposed her bump.

However, a server told her she was violating the no shirt, no shoes, no service policy — and they wouldn’t serve her.

After the incident, she posted this on Facebook: “I was just denied service at the Buzz Inn on State Avenue in Marysville for my outfit. I’m violating the health code.”

The restaurant’s corporate headquarters did issue a statement apologizing for the misunderstanding, and said the staff overly enforced a rule that’s intended to make all guests feel comfortable.

Comments (3)
  1. Ew! Not what I want to see and this is a huge fashion faux pas, but she’s not violating any rules and shouldn’t have been kicked out. Again, ewwwwwwww!

  2. Guy Kelley says:

    Oh Motherhood, Don’t cha just love it !? Hey ! I am not particularly interested in seeing your swollen belly while I enjoy my meal, and thinking that you wore your outfit to gain attention and sought a reaction, knowing that you would get one. So if you’re hungry go to Mcdonalds, but don’t exspect folks to admire your bump or your canned courage, while they attempt to enjoy there steak and chops, as you parade around in your *Crop Top* daring folks to say anything about it, then being morally outraged when they do, as you threaten to hire attornies to force us all to feel good about you.

    Git a life lady, you are just pregnant, and not at all special.

  3. AS Obiyo says:

    It’s funny how they are so politically correct. Skinny. fat, pregnant, male, female, it is NOT ok.