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Police Refused Service At Texas Wendy’s

Disrespectful fast food employees at Wendy’s refused to serve a uniformed police officer in Texas this week.

No doubt these low-level workers were indoctrinated by the Black Lives Matter movement’s anti-police lies.

According to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram,

A Fort Worth Police Department patrol supervisor went into Wendy’s at Trail Lake Drive and Interstate 20 in southwest Fort Worth at 6 p.m., said police spokesman Sgt. Marc Povero. As he walked to the counter, the employees turned their backs and walked to the back of the kitchen.

The employees stayed in the back and wouldn’t take his order, Povero said. The officer was the only person in the restaurant at the time, and the drive-through employee made eye contact with him and didn’t help him. He left, believing they refused to serve him because he was an officer in uniform.

The Fort Worth Police Department first reported the incident to Wendy’s via Twitter.

Wendy’s responded almost immediately to the tweet.

Wendy’s prompt attention smoothed over the situation to the satisfaction of the police.

Wendy’s also put out an official statement saying:

In response to the media inquiries in regards to the service of a police office[r] at Wendy’s, please know this appears to be an unfortunate misunderstanding. In fact, this restaurant welcomes and offers free meals and discounts to all members of law enforcement in recognition of their service. We value and respect our local police officers and what they do to protect our community, we have been in touch with the police department and we hope to resolve this matter quickly.

Already the officers are seeing an outpouring of support from the community with people offering gift cards for their next meal.

This is just the latest in a series of incidents of employees refusing to serve our brave men and women in uniform. Shameful! But at least this story had a happy ending.

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