TAKE A LOOK: What’s ‘wrong’ with this picture?

Published On July 9, 2015 | By Jay Marchillo | Mornings

Do you see the problem here??  Scroll down to see if you got it…



From reddit:

My son’s in a wheelchair so this is a common occurrence for us. Get tickets to a fun event for the kids. Load my son in the van, load his wheelchair, unload his wheelchair upon arrival, unload my son, get him seated in the wheelchair, and finally arrive at the “accessible seating” section only to find this. I’m sorry, but being obese is not a disability. The ladies blocking my son’s view (oh and I’m sure they’re SUPER stoked for that front row view of the Harlem Globetrotters /sarcasm) are both rolling around in power chairs that they rented today from the venue. So in the future, when you’re at an event and you see the accessible seating area – just remember that there are probably some kiddos in there who’s parents just want to give them the opportunity to experience live events in much the same fashion the kids without special needs can. Please be considerate and let the smaller kids move toward the front.  Yes, this was at Silver Dollar City in Branson, MO and yes we he had a great time regardless!

We totally get her point, but I wonder if she even asked the women to switch.  I bet they would have agreed.  What do you think… maybe a ‘kids only’ rule for the front row?

We talk about it in today’s podcast right here:

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