... to enrage more Swiss people
I mean, it's entirely up to you how you wish to proceed with your future- but as Tom says, it does not bode well.
Actually we often take our grand- children out for meals in restaurants- and people are so friendly and tolerant generally. But we, and my daughter and sil, have made a big effort to teach the children the difference between healthy, happy, chatty behaviour- and brattish behaviour- and people do appreciate it and always congratulate parents and grand-parents.
The other day we went for a meal with friends, and the little ones were a bit noisy and messy, as per normal for a baby and young toddler. Everybody was smiling and totally cool about it. We offered to clean the mess (bread every where on the floor) but the waitress said 'no worries, I'll do it'. Smiles all round. Sometimes it really feels to me like you live in a totally different Switzerland to us. A positive and friendly attitude usually (not always, there are idiots everywhere) makes for more of the same. What comes round, goes around.
I met my OH on the train 42 years ago - I love public transport, lol.