I love it when justice prevails and prevails quickly.
After a Texas sheriff’s deputy in uniform grabbed his lunch from a deli drive-thru on Tuesday, he took a look at the receipt and saw a vile message added to it.
The capitalized typed word “DRIVETHRU” was followed by “FCK U.”
The deputy contacted the Schlotzsky’s in Seguin and complained, a Texas Sheriff’s Deputies Facebook post noted. “I’m disgusted and disappointed,” the poster wrote.
“Law enforcement or regular citizen, young or old, man or woman, this is disrespectful to ANYONE,” the poster added.
To Schlotzsky’s credit, action was decidedly swift. Within hours the employee was fired.
Kyle Thomas, the restaurant’s operating manager, extended an invitation on Facebook to cater a meal for the sheriff’s office where the deputy who got the receipt works. “Please reach out to me so we can make this right any way possible,” he wrote.