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Louisville Officers Denied Service At Taco Bell

Louisville Officers Denied Service At Taco Bell

Taco Bell has launched an investigation after five Louisville (KY) Metro Officers were allegedly denied service at one of its restaurants in Louisville.

According to Fraternal Order of Police President Dave Mutchler, five uniformed LMPD officers working the state fair stopped at the Taco Bell on Preston Hwy. and Phillips Lane around lunchtime on Aug. 18. That’s when one man behind the counter reportedly walked away saying, “I’m not taking this order.”

Mutchler says a young lady then stepped forward saying she would take the order, but the officers said they heard at least two people in the kitchen making comments like “I’m gonna mess with them.”

The officers didn’t see any managers, and decided it was best to leave. Mutchler says officials with Taco Bell’s parent company Yum! Brands, as well as reps from the Preston Hwy. store, have apologized.

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  • IronmanDC

    You do not leave! You stay, arrest and charge for breach of public peace and order and discrimination. It does not end there!

  • anonamoose

    Let’s start using hate crime laws and bring these people up on federal discrimination charges, then fine the restaurant six figures.

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