People are usually denied service at a restaurant for not having shoes, shirts, and pants. The whole “no shoes, no service” is a pretty general idea. Rarely, however, do we see the sign “drugs, no service.” Mostly because it’s implied knowledge for everyone that you don’t bring drugs to a public spot.
Fox News reports about a Sonic drive-thru in Gulfport, Mississippi that is denying service to customers who smoke pot when they drive up to order.
The restaurant placed a sign on their drivers warning drivers, “ATTENTION: If you are smoking weed in the drive-thru you will not be served! Please show some common courtesy and smoke and air out before pulling up to order.”
Yasman Freeman, the store manager, told the Sun Herald that the sign had been up for two weeks after a customer blew smoke in the face of an underage worker. Other employees grew tired of smelling pot every time they worked at the drive-through.
The sign received a lot of attention from people driving up to snap a quick picture. Since the sign, Freeman says the smell of weed has disappeared.
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(Source: Fox News)
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