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EMPLOYEE AT CHOCOLATE SHOP, WHO REFUSED SERVICE TO COP, RECEIVED UNEXPECTED NEWS

EMPLOYEE AT CHOCOLATE SHOP, WHO REFUSED SERVICE TO COP, RECEIVED UNEXPECTED NEWS

A rude employee at a chocolate shop who refused to serve a Seattle police officer lost her job, with the owner of the shop writing that “it was in the best interest of both parties to part ways with the team member.”

Last Tuesday, the police officer and a trainee entered the Chocolati Cafe to buy a box of chocolates. The female staffer said she would not serve them, reportedly saying, “No, I won’t serve you.”

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According to The Post Millennial, after the encounter with the employee, whom The Post Millennial described as a “white female with green streaks in her hair,” The Post Millennial contacted the store. An employee told The Post Millennial, “Is this how you want to spend your time? Getting essential workers in trouble? Shouldn’t you be spending your time harassing homeless people?”

After the reporter for The Post Millennial then said they would attempt to contact the owner or manager, the employee agreed that would be a better idea, but then reportedly added, “… and go f*** yourself.”

The Post Millennial added, “Following the publication of this article, another police officer contacted The Post Millennial with a similar story from a different date where they were refused service at the Chocolati location on E. Green Lake Dr. N.”

Initially, on Wednesday Chocolati issued a statement on Facebook in which they defended the employee’s right to free speech, stating:

We have recently become aware of an incident involving a team member and an officer of the Seattle Police Department who was refused service. Although we respect this team member’s freedom of speech, the actions in this instance do not represent our views as a company. We are actively working directly with this team member and the local precinct to create a more inviting, inclusive, and cohesive community for all.

But two days later, the cafe’s owner, Christian Wong, announced the employee no longer worked at the store, writing on Facebook that “it was in the best interest of both parties to part ways.”

As soon as I learned of this incident, we understood the facts of what took place, and we spoke directly with the team member involved. We also spoke with the Sergeant of our local SPD precinct. After fully understanding the facts of this incident, we came to the mutual conclusion that it was in the best interest of both parties to part ways with the team member involved in this incident. …

I look forward to meeting on Sunday with the SPD officer involved in this incident to personally apologize – just as I would apologize to any customer who was refused service on the basis of an employee’s personal views.

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“This incident at Chocolati occurred as the Seattle Police Department faces a significant crisis. Since last year, over 250 officers have left the force, leaving the SPD with the fewest deployable staff members since the 1980s. Concurrently, Seattle hit a 26-year-high homicide rate,” Jason Rantz of KTTW noted.

It turns out the nation’s outrage of people who uphold our police and the job they are doing put pressure on this shop; they finally fired this employee. We at 0censor say good riddance; hope you never get another job dealing with the public. What is more, if you need the help of the police, please call your local crack house, at least have the fortitude to back up your words by action.

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About The Author

Timothy Benton

Student of history, a journalist for the last 2 years. Specialize in Middle East History, more specifically modern history with the Israeli Palestinian conflict. Also, a political commentator has been a lifetime fan of politics.

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