Arby’s Apologizes After Employee Refuses to Serve Florida Police Officer

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The head of Arby’s restaurant chain apologized after an employee refused to serva a uniformed police officer earlier this week.

NBC Miami reported:

The head of Arby’s restaurant chain has apologized to the Pembroke Pines Police Department after an employee at a South Florida restaurant reportedly refused to serve a uniformed officer.

Arby’s Chief Executive Officer Paul Brown and Senior Vice President of Operations Scott Boatwright contacted PPPD Chief Dan Giustino to apologize on behalf of the organization, according to a police report.

Both men assured Giustino that the employee’s behavior was “unacceptable” and did not represent the company’s values.

Giustino accepted the apology, and the department considers the matter closed.

A Pembroke Pines officer was denied service at the restaurant earlier in the week.


Tonight one of my fellow officers was refused service at the Arby's located at 11755 Pines Blvd, because she was a…

Posted by Courtney Veski Bryson on Tuesday, September 1, 2015

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