Arby’s execs apologize after employee refuses service to Florida police officer

Arby’s said it has apologized to Florida's Pembroke Pines Police Department after an employee at one on the fast food chain's locations allegedly refused to serve one of the department's police officers.

Pembroke Pines  police says one of their officers was refused service at an Arby’s location in town on Tuesday evening when trying to order food at the restaurant’s drive-thru. The officer was in uniform and in a police vehicle, said Major Carlos Bermudez, a police department spokesman.

“Basically, when the officer got to the window, the Arby’s employee said they weren’t going to serve the officer because they were a police officer,” Bermudez said.

Bermudez said the employee did not specify why he or she might have had any animosity against police.

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