Wendy’s Employees Accused Of Refusing To Serve FWPD Officer

UPDATED | January 6, 2017 11:02 AM

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FORT WORTH (1080 KRLD) – The Fort Worth Police Department sent a tweet to the verified account for Wendy’s restaurants Thursday night to report that employees at a location in the city had refused to take an officer’s order.

The Fort Worth police officer says he went into the Wendy’s on Interstate-20, near Trail Lake Drive. The man said when he made eye contact with a group employees, they all walked to the back of the kitchen and refused to take his order.

Wendy’s quickly tweeted back that they were, “Abruptly handling the situation.” There has been no word on exactly what action has or will be taken.

Many people have reached out to Fort Worth police online to offer free meals and gift cards to other fast food chains.

Here’s the original Twitter exchange between FWPD and Wendy’s –

wendys screenshot Wendys Employees Accused Of Refusing To Serve FWPD Officer

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