Instead of orange juice the kids got a screwdriver. And they got drunk. Jeremy and Dawn DeRoo took their three young daughters to brunch at Bazil restaurant Sunday. They live in Rochester, New York. The DeRoos say their 7-year-old daughter said the orange juice at the restaurant tasted funny, but her mother tried it and figured it was just a different brand, so she told her she could drink it.

It wasn't until they heard people at another table complain that the orange juice tasted like Mimosas, that they realized there was alcohol in the drink. The waitress apologized and gave the kids milk. The family was still upset when they left because they said managers never came over to their table to apologize. They said when they got home the kids slept all day and appeared hungover on Monday.

The DeRoos tried calling police but said they were told that mistakes happen. Jeremy said it is unacceptable. He wanted an apology from managers and owners of the restaurant and an assurance that steps would be taken so this couldn't happen again.

Their children are fine, but they are still upset over what happened. Jeremy said it was shocking as a parent to find out his kids were given alcohol. Would you sue?