WIN. Noodles & Company to Anti-Cop Employees: You're Fired...
Another day, another leftist retail employee refusing service to the police (see Liberal Arby’s Worker Refuses to Serve Police Officer Because… and Restaurant Faces Backlash After Telling Deputies They Were ‘Unwelcome’…), this time at Noodles & Company in Virginia. Though in the company's defense, they did the right thing rather quickly...
According to Alexandria Police, the incident took place on Monday evening at the Noodles & Company located on Duke Street in Alexandria. The officer was standing in line when the department says a female cook came out from the back and told the cashier, 'You better pull me off the line, because I'm not serving that,' gesturing at the officer. The department says the cashier and the cook started laughing, and the officer left.
“Discrimination of any kind is never tolerated at Noodles & Company. After completing a thorough investigation into the allegations brought to us by a police officer who visited our Alexandria, VA location, we have concluded the two team members in question acted inappropriately and we immediately terminated their employment. The views and actions of these individuals are in no way reflective of the Company or team at our Alexandria location.
We want to thank the entire Alexandria Police Department for their assistance in this investigation. We have spoken with the officer involved and apologized for the inexcusable actions of these individuals.
Advice to snot-nosed little turdbombs who refuse cops service: don't. Despite what the media is pushing, despite what BlackLivesMatter is selling, the general public still loves their cops. And if Noodles & Company hadn't reacted as quickly and as swiftly as they did, they would've faced major public backlash. Well, at least more than they might already be getting.
Just a few weeks ago a teriyaki restaurant in Washington State refused service to a cop, then the cops responded via social media. The owner of that facility knew exactly what was going to happen next: a full boycott, and did everything he could to backtrack because of his son's mistake.
Which is why if you're a low-skilled, minimum wage employee, maybe don't be an turdmonkey and deny service to a cop, of say something untoward about cops. Because in the day of everyone taking a picture or recording on their camera phones, news will spread. The public will react. They'll vote with their dollars.
So yes, the company did the right thing by canning the moron employee who could've (or may have) put the entire chain in jeopardy because of his bias. And you can't hold a large chain like this fully accountable for what every part time worker does. The situation was sanctified. Everyone may go back to enjoying their noodles.
Just don't tell me fast food workers deserve $15 and hour.
Speaking of things that matter and don't matter, get some facts on BlackLivesMatter memes. They're all crap.