NC Deputies Say They Were Taunted, Served Tampered Food at Fast Food Restaurant ZAXBY'S
CLEVELAND COUNTY, NC (WBTV)
Deputies in Cleveland County were taunted by employees and served tampered food at a fast food restaurant while taking a lunch break in their uniforms, according law enforcement sources.
The sources confirmed the accusations to WBTV after a post was made online by the wife of a Cleveland County deputy.
"As they walked up to place their orders, the boys in the back cooking the food started yelling at them and calling them names," the wife wrote about her husband's trip to the Zaxby's restaurant in Shelby.
She said her husband and his partner, who were both on duty and in their uniform, ignored the insults and continued ordering.
"Then, as they sat down to eat their food, my husband realized [they] had put the hottest sauce possible on [his] wings - to the point where his food wasn't even fit to eat," she continued.
WBTV spoke to the deputy, who asked that his name not be used. He said the incident happened Sunday afternoon.