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LEHI, UT (WAFF) -
Potty training can be stressful for many parents, but one Utah mother took the process a little too far.
She had her twin girls bring their potty training to a restaurant table, and it wasn't hard to miss.
Another mother, Kimberly Decker, was also eating at the deli that day. Decker said if there is anyone who understands how hard potty training can be, it's her.
She just finished teaching her son, and they couldn't even leave the house during the process. But that day at the deli, she couldn't believe her eyes.
The girls were sitting at a nearby table, on what looked like booster seats, but were actually child porta-potties.
"She had to undo the jump suits and take them all the way down, so they were completely nude. They were with their jump suits down to their ankles, just eating their chicken nuggets, sitting on little toddler potties," said Decker.
She snapped a picture, while this was all going on. She wasn't the only one staring. The restaurant received several complaints from patrons.
The restaurant said the staff didn't realize what was going on until it was already over.