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Texas Police Officer Was Refused Service At His Local McDonald’s

Sounds like this is about to become the new trend


The famous golden arches serve as big beacons that hundreds of hungry customers are drawn to everyday.

But when an off-duty Brenham police officer tried to eat at the location off Highway 290 with his two kids, an employee denied him service, simply because he’s an officer.

“Nobody deserves to be treated like that,” said Brenham Police Chief Craig Goodman.

Another worker ultimately did the right thing and served the officer and his family, but the incident started spreading on social media.

“We know that these problems exist everywhere, but we did not expect that here,” said Goodman.

The report goes on to say:

Goodman says the female worker’s son was already in custody and facing serious charges. He believes that may be part of the fuel that sparked her negative feelings towards police.

“He’s disappointed in what happened, mainly because his kids were with him,” said Goodman.

Yeah, it IS pretty hurtful when bad things happen to a person in front of their children, ISN’T IT???

“We’re not judging McDonalds and their employees based on the action of this one worker,” said Goodman. “Just like we ask the community and the country not judge our police officers because other officers make bad decisions.”

Good luck with that. Seems like this is about to be a trend all around the country considering the current tensions between the police and the people.

Cops should probably just pack a lunch or cook at home for the next few months.

Oh, the employee was fired for refusing to serve the bacon boys.

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