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‘I don’t offer cops’: People are job for a Dunkin’ Donuts protest after military officers were reportedly refused use (DNKN)

Dunkin DonutsKate Taylor

Police are boycotting Dunkin’ Donuts after dual cops were reportedly refused service. 

According to a New York Post sources, a assistant abandoned dual officers attempting to sequence during a Dunkin’ Donuts in Brooklyn final week. The Dunkin’ Donuts worker reportedly told another customer “I don’t offer cops.”

After a news broke, a New York City Detectives’ Endowment Association, a internal military union, speedy members to protest a coffee-and-donut chain. 

Dunkin’ Donuts employees pronounced that a emanate was simply a confusion as to where to order. Additionally, a company apologized for a occurrence — yet it seems as yet a repairs is done.

The Post reported that a military bureau refused to give directions to a Dunkin’ Donuts on Sunday, and that military unions have called Dunkin’s reason “an insult.” 

“No DD in a 7-3,” said a sergeant carrying a tray of generic, non-Dunkin’ Donuts coffee into a 73rd Precinct hire house, according to a Post. 

Boycott threats have also continued to whirl online. 

“I am never going to Dunkin Donuts again,” reads one of many indignant comments on Dunkin’ Donut’s Facebook page. “What we did to those policemen was terrible, how brave you.” 

“Your classification should be ashamed of themselves!!!” another commenter wrote. “Refusing to offer ANYONE is inexcusable. WHY would we exclude to offer military officers???”

“Dunkin’ Donuts unequivocally regrets this situation, and we apologize to a dual military officers who were left unattended in a store,” a association responded to one Facebook comment.

“We have a prolonged story of ancillary a NYPD and we take good honour in a series of officers a restaurants offer each day,” Dunkin’ Donuts’ criticism continued. “We continue to have conversations with a parties concerned and we are carefree for a acceptable conclusion.”

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