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This Police Sergeant Called Arby's CEO To Fire An Employee Who Humiliated Her

This Police Sergeant Called Arby's CEO To Fire An Employee Who Humiliated Her
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N ot everyone faces situations so humiliating and saddening that causes us to take extreme steps. But Sergeant Jennifer Martin did. This is the story of Sergeant Jennifer Martin, who had walked into Arby' s for a decent meal. But what happened next compelled her to go forward and call the CEO of Arby' s and report the incident. Read on to find out what it was that had happened.

A Police Sergeant Walked Into Arby's for a Meal. Why She Had to Leave Had Her Calling the CEO!

A Police Sergeant Walked Into Arby’s for a Meal. Why She Had to Leave Had Her Calling the CEO!

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1. The Sergeant Who Wasn't Served!

1. The Sergeant Who Wasn't Served!
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Sergeant Jennifer Martin was denied service at the local Arby's restaurant. And this made her announce that she'd call he CEO to report about the event.

2. This is the Soon-To-Be Ex Arby's Employee

2. This is the Soon-To-Be Ex Arby's Employee
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Kenny Davenport is the employee who reportedly refused to serve Martin because she was in uniform. He says that the statement made by the manager was meant to be a pun. But as it is, it wasn't a tad bit funny.

3. This was McD's chance to play the hero!

3. This was McD's chance to play the hero!
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According to the Pembroke Pines Police Department's Facebook page, the McDonald's fed the department both breakfast and lunch. Afterall, who doesn't prefer a Big Mac to a roast beef sandwich?

4. Fans in plenty!

4. Fans in plenty!
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Local radio station Q107.2 and Whole Foods and a number of other businesses have jumped into the scene to show their support to the PD.

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