Some people have a warped sense of what’s appropriate. A dad in Orange County, Florida, says he doesn’t understand why his fifth-grade son was asked to remove his Hooters-themed face mask at school. The mask is orange and has the Hooters logo printed on it in white. Greg Colba said his 11-year-old son Ian had been wearing the mask for weeks and doesn’t understand why he was asked to remove it on Tuesday (September 15th.) Colba adds, “I don’t think it’s offensive at all, it’s just a restaurant.” Sunset Park Elementary school says it does not comment on disciplinary matters, but says the Hooters mask violates the dress code.