McDonald’s Worker Refuses To Serve Cop, Doesn’t Expect This Response From The Boss

After a story was published about how a McDonald’s employee in a Virginia restaurant refused to serve a police officer in uniform, the company launched an investigation into the employee’s behavior. According to a detailed Facebook post published by Cathy Naff, her husband, Scott Naff, a veteran with the local police department, had just come off of a thirteen-hour shift when he went into McDonald’s to order some food.

Cathy wrote, “My husband just got home from working a 13 hour day to share a story with me that has left me completely shocked. Around 7:00 tonight, he took a small break and went to the drive-through of the McDonald’s at Parham Road and Route 1.

He was in uniform and his police vehicle. He paid for his food and drove forward to the next window. The young man who was working that window looked at him and backed away from the window, mouthing something to my husband. My husband couldn’t hear him since the window was closed. The guy finally walked to the window and slid it open.

“My husband told him that he couldn’t hear him, and the guy said ‘I ain’t serving no police’ and closed the window. The guy proceeded to tell everyone in McDonald’s, including the manager, that he was not going to serve the police. The employees stared at my husband, trying to figure out what they should do. After all, he had paid for his food, but no one wanted to give it to him.

“Finally, one guy brought it over to him without a single word. As my husband pulled around the building, a gentleman who was in the McDonalds at the time approached his car and told my husband how he had never seen anything like this. He said the guy had told the manager that she could fire him, but he wasn’t going to ‘serve the police.’ The manager did nothing to help the situation and wasn’t even the person who brought him his food.”

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