I had my 5-year-old son's birthday party in Hooters – trolls slammed my decision but I know I'm a good mom | The Sun

THIS mom has been trolled for taking her five-year-old son to Hooters for his birthday.

The birthday celebration was captured in a TikTok video that was posted under the name Darby Allison.

In the video, the boy is seen smiling while a Hooters girl gives him accessories to look like a bird since the restaurant's mascot is an owl.

The other Hooters girls, dressed in low-cut tops and booty shorts, joined in on the celebration and began to sing happy birthday to the boy, but not before getting the whole restaurant's attention.

Restaurant goers are heard cheering and clapping for the boy, but the people in the comment section weren't as pleased saying that his parents were “forcing sexualized stuff” on him.

“Who TF is taking their child to Hooters [especially] on his birthday,” one TikTok user questioned.

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Someone else added: “Bro, he’s five. What’s he doing in Hooters? Great mom and dad," with an eye-rolling emoji.

“So you took him to a t**ty restaurant? So much for protect the children,” another wrote,

However, other commenters saw nothing wrong with the location of the birthday celebration.

“This is so adorable. A memory he will never forget,” one person said.

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Another added: “Little buddie is living the dream."

Some even joked around saying: "The day little tommy did not want to play video games no more," followed by a laughing emoji.

To which, the mom replied with two laughing emoji.

One jokester said: "Seems more like the dad’s birthday rather than the kid’s."

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While Hooters girls are known to show skin, some waitresses think the food joint went too far with their new black shorts.

Many Hooters employees wanted to quit over the shorts that they say look like underwear.

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