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Banacek
02-28-2017, 07:10 PM
The manager of a pizza restaurant in Austin, Texas, says he fired an employee after a police officer who came in to order food was given a receipt that included a profane insult.

Officer Nito Delgado-Eberhardt visited Southside Flying Pizza on East Cesar Chavez Saturday night.

He later posted about the incident on Facebook, according to Blue Lives Matter, writing, “Was hoping to get a quick slice for the road. Instead, got a bad vibe from the cashier. What sealed the deal for me was seeing her taking a picture of the patrol car while flipping it off. Good times. The receipt is proof after the fact that it was money well spent to learn about this place. We did NOT eat the food

http://www.foxnews.com/food-drink/2017/02/27/texas-pizzeria-fires-employee-who-wrote-anti-police-note-on-receipt.html

noonwitch
03-02-2017, 03:53 PM
The owner or manager did the right thing in firing the employee.

I do think it's funny that they call their vegetarian pizza "vegetative state".

RobJohnson
03-02-2017, 11:10 PM
Sorry to hear the place was getting death threats, but they have done all they can do to correct the situation.