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Monday, August 7, 2017

Dunkin' Donuts 'layout' made employee rude

Corporate management of Dunkin' Donuts blames the way one of their Brooklyn stores was laid out caused an employee to be rude to two cops on a break from protecting his butt. 

They actually said that the "layout" of the shop is actually to blame, not the scumbun who served the police officers in line.

Dunkin' Brands spokeswoman Michelle King continued to apologize for last Sunday's incident in which two NYPD detectives were refused service at a Dunkin' Donuts/Baskin Robbins on Atlantic Avenue in the Bedford-Stuyvesant (aka Bed-Stuy) section of Brooklyn.  She insisted the company has "a long history of supporting the NYPD."

But the sphincter-breath counter cretin doesn't have that history.

King claimed the store's configuration "put both the crew members and two officers in a difficult situation because it was not clear where to order," and when they did, the sphincter-breath counter-cretin took the order of the person standing behind the detectives saying "I don't serve cops." 

Now King is saying that what he meant was: "I don't serve cops who are standing in the wrong line, officers." She said that there are two registers in the store but only one is routinely staffed--meaning there is a register whose primary function is to confuse customers.

"The franchisee has informed us that he has made temporary adjustments to the store signage to be followed by a more permanent solution to avoid situations like this in the future," King said. 

In the past, the franchisee counted on the customer's ability to guess which register was the correct one to stand by, but this hasn't always worked out, especially for detectives who should have deduced the situation better than the average customer.

So the mystery is solved and the detectives can now get their ice cream or coffee from a different server since one of them doesn't serve cops.

It probably would have been better for King to have owned up to the behavior of the obnoxious server who refused to serve the cops, if indeed, this was what happened. But the story sounds like an excuse for rudeness and the punk needs to be fired if that's what happened. 

Civil rights are for everyone, including cops. If it was any other demographic group, this would have been a bigger story and leftists would be outraged.

I sort of hope the cops would boycott the place and the joint goes full "Pulp Fiction."

Blue Lives Matter too.