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A Louisiana Burger King reportedly refused to serve two uniformed officers who tried to order food through the drive-thru last month. According to the Bayou Journal, the Assumption Parish sheriff’s deputies had just finished SWAT training and went to a Burger King in St. Francisville to get some food.

When the police officers tried to order through the drive-thru speaker at the fast-food chain, employees allegedly denied their request.

The article goes on to state the following:

The police department’s public information officer Lonny Cavalier said the deputies tried to order chicken and were told the restaurant was out. They then tried to order Whoppers, to which an employee said they were out of hamburgers.

The uniformed officers asked if the establishment was actually out of the items or if they just did not serve law enforcement.

“The only response was laughter,” he said, WBRZ reported.

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