A customer at a Florida Starbucks was stunned when baristas called the police on him because he wanted the name “Trump” written on his cup.
A video of the incident, posted a day before Donald Trump’s election as president, has now gone viral. The video showed the millennial manager and employees definitely refusing to write the name and calling the cops.
— andieiam (@andieiamwhoiam) November 18, 2016
“That’s the name I want to be heard and seen as today,” the customer said. “And you’re refusing to do that?”
“Yeah,” the manager, Ryan, replied. “And we’re calling the cops.”
Starbucks SJWs call cops on customer for requesting “Trump” name on his coffee cup.
You know what to do, folks. pic.twitter.com/0kMzvtCkBg
— America First! (@America_1st_) November 18, 2016
Social media found it both hilarious and pathetic.
#TrumpCup liberals claim to hate cops but they are the first ones to call them no matter how trivial and meaningless the reason . Strange
— phuck you (@phuck_you101) November 18, 2016
— Craig R. Brittain (@CraigRBrittain) November 18, 2016
@America_1st_ what a lil pip squeak
— Shane™ (@Mace804) November 18, 2016
— Basket of Patriots (@DeplorablyHappy) November 18, 2016
I went to Starbucks and they wouldn't put Trump on my cup. I asked them to put "Mao was a hero" instead and they happily complied. #TrumpCup
— Deplorable White Man (@MuricaJefferson) November 18, 2016
You can pretty much come in as Sue and ask that John be put on the cup, and that’d be more than OK. But, Trump? That’s an issue. Except for this guy…
1) Go to Starbucks & tell them your name is Trump
2) If they refuse take video
Pls share & spread the word pic.twitter.com/huPj4g6cqY
— Baked Alaska™ (@bakedalaska) November 18, 2016
Kuddos. But maybe it’s better to save your time, and your money.
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