According to various news sources, a Dunkin Donuts employee spat in the coffee of a police officer that was getting a coffee there, but when the police officer opened the lid to blow on it to cool down his coffee, he found something in it that looked suspiciously like like a loogie. Needless to say, it was confirmed to be a loogie so the employee was arrested for it, and Dunkin Donuts issued a public apology about it.
However, there's been various cases since George Floyd's death of various establishments doing nasty things to drinks served to police officers. According to NBC news, one police officer found a tampon in their frappuccino that was bought from a Target Starbucks.
What are your thoughts on this? Is the police hate in this country going too far? Or do you think this is karma from George Floyd's death and others who suffered from police brutality? Please discuss.
For me personally, I'm boycotting all Starbucks and Dunkin Donut's establishments, but that's just me.
Edit: Also here's a link for anyone that wants to know more:
https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/du … e-n1235591
I wouldn't boycott an establishment unless they publicly stated they were supportive of such behavior.
The lowest rungs of the work force are employed in those types of positions. I wouldn't hold a multi million dollar corporation to account for the actions of, and pardon me for saying this (but anyone who spits in another person's food or drink is) trash.
A man was arrested for personal assault for farting in the general direction of a police officer.
I tell every officer how handsome they are when confronting them, because they are the unjustice system.
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