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2 Officers Refused Service At Texas Whataburger “We Don’t Serve Cops”

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LEWSIVILLE, Texas –Law enforcement officials in North Texas say that an employee at a Whataburger location refused to serve them Tuesday night because they were officers of the law.

Milford Police Department officer Cameron Beckham and Strawn Dep. Michael Magovern stopped at a Lewisville Whataburger location together on Tuesday night to grab a bite to eat before heading to work a late-night construction security job in the Lewisville area.

The man who told them they would not be served identified himself as a manager at the Whataburger location.

“We don’t serve police,” is what the employee allegedly said to the pair.
The officers told a local Fox outlet that they were in shock at the treatment.
“It’s not every day that you go to an establishment thinking that you are going to hear something like that,” said Beckham.

Magovern thinks that the employee needs to learn some people skills. The officers instead went to an area Dairy Queen for dinner.

The pair told Dallas’ CBS affiliate they don’t think it’s a Whataburger corporate issue, but an employment issue.

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