Police Officers Asked To Leave Starbucks For Customer Who Felt “Unsafe”

In an era of political correctness, it seems that police bashing has become the norm.

In Tempe, Arizona, a snowflake apparently felt “unsafe” in a Starbucks that where five police officers were enjoying coffee. Unfortunately for the officers, they were asked to leave for this reason.

The person who complained about the officers has not been named, nor was the barista that asked the officers to leave. According to Fox News, on the Fourth of July, the officers were drinking coffee before their shift when a barista had asked them to either move out the customers “line of sight or else leave.”

The president of the police union, Rob Ferraro told FOX 10 of Pheonix that this did not surprise him as officers have been receiving this type of treatment more often.

Rob Ferraro, president of the police union, told FOX 10 of Phoenix that such treatment of police officers seems to be happening more often these days.

Reggie Borges, a Starbucks spokesperson stated that the company was still trying to figure out the details of the incident, and claimed that they had reached out to the Tempe Police Department to apologize.


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