I saw something recently that has puzzled me greatly and almost continues to do so on a daily basis. Whilst leaving a rest area on another one of my summer trips, I noticed a nuclear-style family in the small park across the way. The parents had placed a blanket-esque tablecloth on a picnic table and were laying their small infant atop it.
What was going to happen next was unclear from the distance I viewed it. Either they were about to devour their child...
Or they were going to change the baby's nastily-clad diaper right there on the table.
Both of these actions are quite unethical. Infanticide is like tiny murder and cannibalism has always been frowned upon by society, yet changing a pootful diaper on a surface intended for food is just grossly irresponsible.
Because I am weird about babies (having no experience with them whatsoever), when I need to decide if a family is destroying their baby on a picnic table or destroying a picnic table with a baby, I have no clue which is truly more unethical.
Since I don't condone cannibalism of defenseless mini-people OR dining surfaces covered in latent crap, I'll probably just resolve this situation by never sitting at a picnic table ever again.