Huge Fast Food Chain Says “I Don’t Serve Cops”, Will You Boycott Them?

It is bad when workers in restaurant act in a rude and unprofessional manner to their customers. It is completely unacceptable when those customers happen to be the men and women in blue who risk their lives to protect us.

Unfortunately, corporate oversight at the nationwide chain has gotten so slack that in New York City some liberal employees at Dunkin’ Donuts have become emboldened to “take a stand” against policemen and women by refusing to serve them.

In a disgusting incident, two members of the police entered a Dunkin’ Donuts store and were told by the worker there, “I don’t serve cops.” As a result, a police union has called for a boycott against Dunkin’ Donuts. Recently, when someone asked how to get to the nearest Dunkin’ Donuts, a New York cop answered, “I’m not allowed to do that.”

Michael Palladino, president of the Detectives’ Endowment Association police labor union, stated about the situation that it was “disgraceful and it should not go unattended.” He added, “Political leaders in this city have encouraged this type of behavior by constantly demonizing cops and pushing their decriminalization agenda.”

 He continued, “Since the story was reported, the union office received a lot of feedback from active and retired members supporting the boycott. I know that Dunkin Donuts supports law enforcement, which is why I am disappointed that their official statements are weak and suggest denial.” Will you boycott Dunkin’ Donuts?

“Dunkin’ Donuts is aware of the recent situation at a franchise in Brooklyn and we continue to monitor this matter. The franchisee who owns and operates this restaurant informed us immediately upon learning of this situation earlier this week, he contacted one of the police officers involved to personally apologize for any negative experience he may have had in his store. Dunkin’ Donuts has a long history of supporting local law enforcement and all those who do so much to ensure the safety of our neighborhoods and our country,” the statement reads.

“Our franchisees are committed to serving each and every guest with respect and courtesy. The franchisee of the Brooklyn restaurant is meeting with the police officer he spoke to earlier this week in person to hopefully bring this to a satisfactory conclusion for all involved.”

 

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