British Pub Limits Number of Alcoholic Drinks Adults With Children Can Order

A pub chain in the United Kingdom is limiting to two the number of alcoholic drinks a customer with children can order, in an attempt to cut down the time they spend there, The Daily Mail reported.

"We are not in any way a children's pub with an activity center," Eddie Gershon, a spokesman for the chain, JD Wetherspoon, told The Daily Mail. "It is not a wonderful day out for children spending hours in the pub."

Ordering coffee is preferred over an alcoholic beverage, but not more than two, Gershon told The Daily Mail.

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"We would let an adult order an alcoholic drink with a meal and another drink after that, but we don't want children there bored while adults drink," he reportedly said.