Kansas police officer recieves a vulgar insulting message on cup of coffee at McDonald's
A Kansas police chief officer ordered coffee at McDonalds and got a message on the cup insulting him with the words “F***ing pig” written on it.
It happened on early Sunday in Junction city, a two-hour drive from Kansas City. The cop, whose name remains unknown had stopped at McDonald’s on the way to work to pick up the coffee.
The drink was intended for another cop. But the officer shared a photo with the vulgar message.
Herington Police Chief Brian Hornaday posted the uncensored picture on his Facebook, calling the incident “a black eye” for a city.
“This is what he paid for. Although I understand this is likely the act of one person and not a representation of the company, when it was brought to their attention the company offered him a ‘free lunch.’ No thank you. A Big Mac and large fries doesn’t make up for it. The US Veteran who continues to serve deserves much more. This is not only bad for McDonald’s, but is also a black eye for Junction City.”
The Geary County Sheriff’s Department stated:
“We do not believe the actions of one individual represent the feeling of our community as a whole, a community we are proud to serve. As a show of faith in our community, the Sheriff and some of his command staff will be visiting to have a cup of coffee Monday morning.”