A woman in Utah was caught potty training her daughter at a restaurant table.

The woman stripped her kids down and sat them on top of potty training seats right at the table of a busy restaurant while they ate their chicken nuggets.

A customer, Kimberly Decker, took a picture and posted it to Facebook where it went viral. Then a local TV station picked up the story and put it on the air.

Kimberly blogged about what she saw, writing:

“While we sat down to have lunch, I noticed this young Mother was potty training her two twin daughters at the table. It didn’t quite register at first what was happening, but when I took a second glance I realized this is NOT OK! I decided to snap a picture of the whole incident and then later that afternoon as a ‘joke’ I decided to post it on Facebook. I couldn’t believe the response I got.”

There's no word if the mother was charged with anything or if they even know who it was, but the restaurant says they did get several complaints about it.

Facebook has since taken the picture down.

What do you think?  Should parents who are potty training do what they can--wherever they can even if it means a public place?  Or should potty training be kept as  private, "at home" time?