According to a military dispatch recording, a male claims a quick food workman took his coupon, though would not respect them.
A male in Ohio wasn’t authorised to have it his approach in a Burger King drive-thru Thursday.
The 73-year-old patron went to a quick food sequence in Lakewood for lunch and attempted to use a buy-one-get-one Whopper banking for his purchase.
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According to a military dispatch recording, a male claims a quick food workman took his coupon, though would not respect them. The unclear patron afterwards refused to leave a drive-thru but them.
“No I’m not relocating anywhere until we give me behind my coupons, anyway a managers taken, I’m job a police,” a tourist pronounced to 911 dispatch, FOX8 reports.
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“Anyway a male took my coupons and he won’t give them behind to me and he won’t give me a giveaway whopper that they call for either,” a patron continued to tell dispatch.
The military arrived during a stage Thursday afternoon and detected a male had “received a coupons in Texas and was suggested that they are no good in Ohio,” according to a military report.
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In a report, military state a male was “advised he is not authorised to lapse to this Burger King.”
Police did endorse that a male perceived his coupons behind and no one was charged in a incident.
The manager had no comment, FOX8 reports.