His supervisor apparently has quite the temper, too.
But I wasn't there.
This has called to mind an incident that occurred at my junior high school in the mid 1970s. Our school had a large class of mentally challenged students (maybe it was a district center for them, now that I think of it.) One afternoon, between classes, two of these female special-ed students began kissing one another full on the mouth, and obviously found it enjoyable.
By appearance and demeanor, both girls were known to be severely handicapped. Their actions caused several students to stop and comment. Some jeered, some egged them on. It appeared to me they were being ridiculed, though they seemed oblivious to it. They were not more than 14 or 15 and I assume each was experiencing their first kiss. This was not a gay rights stance, it was childhood sexual curiosity being satisfied publicly.
I wonder if the same, or similar, wasn't the case here, and if so, where was the caregiver? She's been quite vocal about denouncing how the pool attendant handled things, but what was she doing in her own capacity to maintain control of those she was supervising?