Via Daily Mail:
A baby girl born in a Chick-fil-A bathroom has been guaranteed food for life and a job at the fast food chain.
Falon Griffin was having contractions on Tuesday night when she and her husband Robert stopped at a Chick-fil-A in San Antonio to drop off their two daughters with a family friend.
The restaurant had already closed up at 10pm, but Falon desperately needed to use the restroom, so the couple banged on the door and was let in by employees cleaning up inside.
By the time Falon made it to the bathroom, the situation took a dramatic turn when the mom began to scream.
Store director Brenda Enriquez said she heard the mom scream from the bathroom and rushed outside to alert Robert, who had been saying goodbye to the kids.
Robert rushed into the bathroom and quickly realized there was no way the couple would be making it to a hospital for the delivery.
‘So there we were…..my wife and I in a tiny stall in the bathroom, and I could see the top of our little girls head crowning as [Falon] was straddling the toilet. I told [Falon]: “Sweetie, we are gonna have to do this right here, right now,'” the dad wrote on Facebook.
‘After shouting to the manager to call 911 and to bring any clean towels, [Falon] and I started delivering our baby.’
As soon as the baby’s shoulders came out, Robert realized that the umbilical cord was wrapped around her neck twice.
‘Didn’t want to alert my wife, so just told her try to relax for a minute and I was somehow able to unwrap the chord from the baby’s neck,’ he wrote.
‘With two more strong pushes, and using my shirt for a towel, out came Gracelyn Mae Violet Griffin.’