It's every eighth-grade boy's dream: a field trip that involves lunchtime at Hooters, a restaurant more renowned for its bust lines than its menu.

Though the central Pennsylvania middle school students may have been pleased, others were a little astounded at the teachers' restaurant of choice.

According to the school, the group of over 100 students made it difficult to find restaurants that could hold everyone. As a result, the group split up to go to different restaurants. Fifteen to 20 ended up at Hooters.

The school's superintendent says no parents have complained and Hooters spokesman Mike McNeil says that despite the restaurant's chesty reputation, it's hosted groups from sports teams to church organizations.

Well, in that case ...

[Washington Post]