Skip to comments.Buffalo Wild Wings Refuses Service For Police Officers Carrying Guns
Posted on 03/28/2013 12:32:59 PM PDT by Nachum
MANASSAS, Va. (CBSDC) A server at Buffalo Wild Wings refused to serve Prince William County police officers because they had their guns displayed.
The Manassas Park Patch reports that the employee wouldnt serve them despite the plain-clothes officers showing him their badges. The server reportedly told the officers that it was a gun-free establishment.
Scott Lupton, general manager of the Manassas Buffalo Wild Wings, apologized for what happened
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Yeah, not exactly smart. Looks like I’ve watched my last sporting event at a BWW.
What are they afraid of? Are there pet dogs at BWW?
I’ve never eaten at a Buffalo Wild Wings. And I suppose I never will.
I am so sick of this insanity ridden left.
Part of me likes this. Kind of a sticking it to the man/equal protection thing. Part of me hates it: Oh those icky scary guns!
HAH HAH HAH HAH HAH HAH HAH HAH !!!
I bet the cops are PIZZED at being denied their double standard!
Goose...gander...,fair is fair.
Youre not missing much. Overpriced and overrated.
Didn’t this happen months ago at a Denny’s or something?
If it’s a policy for you and me then why not for the cops too?
Yes, it did. That was somewhere in Illinois if memory serves me correctly.
Is that a company-wide policy, or is each franchise free to set its own rules?
I am staging a personal boycott. Love their wings but wing joints are a dime a dozen.
That being said, if their business goes down the tubes, I hope all employees hold that waitress responsible and never let her forget when they lose their paycheck, insurance, cars, homes and standard of living.
On the one hand, the guns aren’t going leap out and kill someone.
But on the other hand, it reminds me of the way firearm manufacturers are refusing to sell to state governments or agencies who deny their citizens their 2nd Amendment rights.
Still, I wouldn’t deliberately antagonize the police any more than I would deliberately antagonize a person who is preparing/serving my food. It’s just not a good idea.
BWW sucks. JMHO
At least they are applying their asinine policy to Gov’t as well - in that regards, I’m glad they did it.
It sounds like it wasn’t even the individual store’s policy. (I mean the policy not to serve police for a firearm.) A server just knew that there was a “no guns” policy and didn’t understand that laws don’t apply to police.
A victim of public education shows the folly of the system on accident. I love it!
at one time, we ran a large business property...
and we WELCOMED (even gave special deals to) policemen
the clients felt good having a few cops around the place...
it was good for business