Adults prohibited unless accompanied by children
As one who remembers quite well the early days of the adage, "Don't trust anyone over 30," I found this story from the Northwest Indiana Times quite amusing [via Dave Farber's IP list]:
Adults must be accompanied by children in certain sections of Evansville's public libraries.
The Evansville-Vanderburgh Library Board voted Thursday to bar unaccompanied adults from children's areas as a precaution against "those who might be there for inappropriate reasons," Evelyn Walker, the library's assistant director of public service told the Evansville Courier & Press.
I must say I was surprised by the number of hits I got when I googled for the phrase "Adults must be accompanied by children."
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