First it was Arby’s, and now it’s Whataburger.
Police officers have had some issues at fast food locations recently.
According to CBS News, two police officers say that workers at a North Texas fast-food restaurant did not serve them last Tuesday night because they were cops.
Officer Cameron Beckham and reserve deputy Michael Magovern stopped by a Whataburger location in Lewisville for a bite to eat.
According to the officer and the reserve deputy, workers at the restaurant denied them service.
An employee allegedly told the men, “We don’t serve police.”
Strawn City Deputy Marshall Michael Magovern says he won’t be going to Whataburger anytime soon.
“He said it with a straight face, no smile, and just stared at us,” said Magovern. “Even if he was joking, I’m not going to eat here because I don’t trust that.”
A meeting between police officials and fast-food executives is expected to happen soon to resolve the issue.