Junction City McDonald’s hasn’t responded yet to “F****** pig cup” given to officer – UPDATE

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The latest update is HERE. The cop — now ex-cop — made the whole thing up!

There is an update at the end (December 30). McDonald’s says they have a video to prove their employees didn’t do it.

ORIGINAL STORY

Another vicious clerk, this time in a McDonald’s in Junction City, wrote a vile message on a police officer’s cup, reports Fox 40.

A police chief from Kansas shared a photo of the coffee cup with a vulgar message written on the receipt.

The cup was given to one of his officers.

Herington Police Chief Brian Hornaday shared an unedited version of the photo on Facebook, captioning it, “This is what he paid for. Although I understand this is likely the act of one person and not a representation of the company, when it was brought to their attention, the company offered him a ‘free lunch.’ No thank you. A Big Mac and large fries doesn’t make up for it. The US Veteran who continues to serve deserves much more. This is not only bad for McDonald’s, but is also a black eye for Junction City.”

The company needs to fire this person. Who knows what he would do to the food.

Let’s hope the creep doesn’t ever need a police officer. He might find out the hard way what these officers do each day.

THE POST

UPDATE

The owner of the Junction City McDonald’s, Dana Cook, said they have a video showing it wasn’t their employee, Fox 4KC reports.

The owner sent KSNT News this message:

“My McDonald’s have the utmost respect for all members of law enforcement and the military and were troubled by the accusation made. We thoroughly reviewed our security video from every angle, which clearly shows the words were not written by one of our employees. We look forward to working with Chief Hornaday as he continues his investigation.” ~ DANA COOK, MCDONALD’S

Herington Police Chief Brian Hornaday just wants to know the truth.

Hornaday spent Saturday at the McDonald’s looking at the security tape, but couldn’t find any evidence.

On Sunday, the owner of the Junction City McDonald’s told him they found a new video that proves it wasn’t their employee.

 

Correction: I corrected the title. We mistakenly indicated the incident took place in Kansas City.


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