Bartender Fired For Calling Police to Report Customer Drunk Driving
Published by Junior Staff Writer on February 26, 2013
An Ohio bartender was fired for calling the police on a customer who was found driving drunk. The reason her employer, the American Legion Post in Shelby, gave was that “‘it’s bad for business to have a bartender that will call the cops.’”
Twyla DeVito called the police on a patron who was later found to be driving while “a little over twice the legal limit.”
DeVito’s employer apparently stands by the decision. “If every patron who comes in here has to worry about the cops waiting for them when they leave, the place would be empty,” Mic Hubbard, a commander of the post.
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