BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — There is a luxury Boca-area community that multiple times this week has announced the closure of its pool due to a “sanitary incident.” Translation: a little kid pooped in the pool.
This community is not alone. Area HOA’s deal with pool pooping on a regular basis from selfish, arrogant parents who don’t believe little Madison or Jacob would ever have a potty training incident in a quasi-public pool. They disregard signs mandating swim diapers whose sole purpose in life is prevent a public pool from having to shut down due to a potty incident.
BocaNewsNow.com is now offering free space to any HOA that wishes to publicly shame the parents of kids who have IPA’s or “in pool accidents.” We don’t blame the kids — they’re kids — but we do blame the parents who are often so busy Facebooking that they just can’t be bothered to appropriately dress their toddlers in appropriate under-swimsuit protection. We believe these parents should be fined hundreds of dollars for the forced closing and shocking of pools, then publicly shamed so all can see who is responsible for closing pools on hot, summer days.
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