A group of police officers went into the Hammond, Louisiana, Dairy Queen to grab a snack. The employees began to hurl insults at the officers, refering to them as “pigs” and calling them “crooked.”
One of the other patrons in the restaurant witnessed the event and posted it on Facebook.
Without missing a beat, Dairy Queen issued a public response on Facebook the same day, saying, “We are aware of the incident that took place this weekend in our Hammond store. The employees involved have been terminated. We take these types of incidents very seriously and appreciate our communities involvement.”
The company continued, “Our relationship with the Hammond community is of the utmost importance and we respect and support our HPD/TPSO officers,” adding, “We do not tolerate any derogatory behavior towards officers or any customer.”
The fact that Dairy Queen responded immediately and terminated the employment of those involved really shows that they do not accept that type of behavior.
Maybe those recently unemployed employees will have some time on their hands to think about what they did and how they will act in the future.
Mad World News reports:
When the entitled employees at a Dairy Queen location in Hammond, Louisiana, saw a group of local police officers walk into the establishment to grab a meal, they responded in the vilest way. The employees began loudly insulting the hard-working cops, who were well within earshot, calling them disgusting names like “pigs” and “crooked.” If they thought they could get away with such disrespectful behavior, though, they were sorely mistaken.
Daily Queen has now issued a response to the workers who felt it appropriate to insult members of the local law enforcement community, and it is exactly what you want to hear.