Customers rage over sign on door – restaurant’s response: Too bad for you, we won’t take it down!

The police are men and women who put in a lot of effort to ensure that our society is safe and governed by the law.Many believe they are underpaid, even though their job is among the most difficult and significant in our nation.

This is something that the Gallipolis, Ohio, KFC wanted to draw attention to and emphasize.

A few people have expressed disapproval of the branch owner’s decision to post a self-printed notice on the restaurant’s front entrance.

The sign above reads, “Everyday all day, all uniformed police officers eat free.”

It was obvious that the restaurant wanted to express their appreciation for the hard work and dedication of the local police officers.

One cannot win over everyone.
It appears that the sign has not delighted everyone.

Some believe that ambulance drivers, medical personnel, and other emergency services employees should receive the same preferential treatment as police officers, and that it is unfair for police officers to be the only ones receiving it.

The most impressive recovery
One policeman was compelled to respond after hearing so many disparaging remarks:

Although some of you are unable to see the wider picture, this is a positive topic.
Whether I’m in uniform or not, as an officer, I never go into a business expecting or desiring to get anything for free, much less a discount, and I can assure you that other officers share my sentiments. We object to “special treatment.” In actuality, KFC is

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This Post Has 5 Comments

  1. what about our service people that fight for our lives and the firemen who risk there lives they derserve the same treatment

  2. I applaud the business, the police don’t have to accept the food for free, but feel welcomed for the dangerous job they put their precious lives in daily! God bless the manager! I would free safe as a customer!🙏😍😘🌹💖🇺🇸💚🍀👍😂

  3. I think the owner of a restaurant has the right to run it anyway they choose! It’s their business not everyone else’s. I think it’s Awesome they are willing to help out our hard working men and women who are out every day keeping us safe. I can’t see an Officer without thanking them for their service.

  4. 95 percent of the time, the Officers have to leave their meal behind when they get a call. And yes, the dispatcher knows when they are on lunch.
    It comes down to, YOUR life or the office sitting there eating. We know the Officers run to your aid.
    Free meals, good for them.

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