(Fox News) A uniformed police officer in Virginia said he was refused service at a local McDonald’s because he was wearing a uniform, Richmond.com reported.
Scott Naff, an officer for the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, reportedly paid for his food in the drive-thru line, but was allegedly refused the food when he got to the window. Naff’s wife, Cathy, told the newspaper that the employee saw the uniform and told her husband: “I ain’t serving no police.”
A uniformed police officer was reportedly denied service at this Virginia McDonald's. (Google)
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She posted the story on her Facebook page to inform her close friends about the incident, and the story went viral, the report said.