A person in Ohio wasn’t allowed to have it his method in a Burger King drive-thru Thursday.
The 73-year-old buyer went to the quick meals chain in Lakewood for lunch and tried to make use of a buy-one-get-one Whopper coupon for his buy.
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In line with a police dispatch recording, the person claims the quick meals employee took his coupon, however wouldn’t honor them. The unidentified buyer then refused to go away the drive-thru with out them.
“No I’m not shifting wherever till you give me again my coupons, anyway the managers taken, I’m calling the police,” the caller mentioned to 911 dispatch, FOX8 stories.
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“Anyway the man took my coupons and he received’t give them again to me and he received’t give me the free whopper that they name for both,” the client continued to inform dispatch.
The police arrived on the scene Thursday afternoon and found the person had “obtained the coupons in Texas and was suggested that they’re no good in Ohio,” based on the police report.
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Within the report, police state the person was “suggested he’s not allowed to return to this Burger King.”
Police did verify that the person obtained his coupons again and nobody was charged within the incident.
The supervisor had no remark, FOX8 stories.