BOCA RUDETON™: Woman Repeatedly Tongue Kisses Man In Cabo Flats As Kids, Management Stare In Horror

Serving tongue at Cabo Flats in Delray Marketplace.

DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The couple in the photo above was moved to a table in the back of Cabo Flats in Delray Marketplace Saturday night after the woman was seen — repeatedly — sticking her tongue in her partner’s mouth in a restaurant full of kids.

Management was quick to respond after diners complained and the male attempted to read the fortunes, unsolicited, tableside, of other women dining in the restaurant.

The couple was originally seated near a 13 year old girl’s birthday party in the center of the restaurant, families eating early, and a church group.

Management rushed into action.

At last check, Cabo Flats does not offer “tongue” as a dish.

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