Ky. officers refused service at Taco Bell
A Taco Bell employee allegedly told others he wasn’t going to take the officers’ orders
By Police1 Staff
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Louisville Metro Police officers stopped in a local Taco Bell for lunch, but were refused service, according to WHAS.
FOP President Dave Mutchler said in a statement that the employee behind the counter told the other employees he wasn’t going to take the officers’ orders.
“Eventually, someone emerged to take the order but by then, the officers heard conversations among other employees regarding ‘messing’ with their order so they decided to not eat there at all,” the statement read.
Taco Bell responded with a statement saying that they “in no way endorse this sentiment” and they are “deeply appreciative of the men and women who have taken the oath to serve and protect our communities.”
An investigation has been launched and the business is taking appropriate action.
- Off Duty