From the Washington Post:
An Alexandria police officer was denied service Monday evening at a local Noodles & Company, according to the department.
Crystal Nosal, a spokeswoman for the department, said the female officer in uniform went into the Duke Street location of the chain restaurant for dinner and stood in line behind a family. A female cook came out from the back of the restaurant and told the cashier, “‘You better pull me off the line, because I’m not cooking for,” then gestured at the officer, according to Nosal.
Nosal said the cashier looked confused before spotting the officer and laughing. The officer then said, according to Nosal, “I guess you don’t want my money,” and left.Good idea. Forcing the cook to cook for you would result in eating spit.
The restaurant is part of a national chain. Within hours, the manager posted a "Blue Lives Matter" sign. That makes everything all better.
I still wouldn't eat there.