Two Dunkin’ Donuts workers are looking for new jobs after they reportedly told a police officer that he would not be served.
“All the employees here do not want to serve you; they don’t feel comfortable serving you today,” one of the employees told Sgt. Paul Parizek, the spokesperson for the Des Moines Police Dept.
Sgt. Parizek was not in uniform but he was wearing a “Thin Blue Line” ball cap.
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“I’m made because I’m a cop and they refused me service, and I’m mad because I’m a loyal customer and they just refused me service,” he told the Des Moines Register.
Dunkin’ Donuts says the behavior of the two employees was not consistent with their goal of creating an inclusive environment.
“Dunkin’ respects the efforts of our police force as they work to maintain a safe community for all of us,” they said in a statement to television station KWWL.
They also said the two workers were fired and the franchise owner has apologized to the police officer.