Waffle House Refuses Service To Soldier Because He Was Carrying This Item? Unreal..

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Is Waffle House franchise located in America – where a soldier risks the ultimate sacrifice so they can operate safely?

Do businesses like Waffle House benefit from service men and women? Or is there just a Maoist wannabe running this particular one?

Does Waffle House they’re protecting their customers and employees by refusing to serve a uniformed soldier who is carrying a weapon?

photo credit Rob Wilson / Shutterstock.com

photo credit Rob Wilson / Shutterstock.com

I happen to love Waffle House and have been patronizing them every chance I get for decades. But no more. Ever.

Lex18.com has the story…

Over the weekend, a soldier with the National Guard was told to leave his gun outside of the Nicholasville Waffle House or he wouldn’t be served. The situation is now getting national attention.

Billy Welch said that he stopped at the Waffle House Sunday morning for breakfast. He was in his Army National Guard uniform and had his gun holstered to his side. After ordering his food, Welch said that a waitress signaled for him to come over.

“I got up and I walked over to them, asked them how they were doing and stuff, and they said I’d have to take my firearm outside,” said Welch. “I don’t feel comfortable taking my firearm away from me. I always keep it with me and they said, ‘it’s one of our policies.’”

Welch said that he didn’t think too much of it, just told the waitress that he could not leave his firearm outside.

“You know, if I can’t have my firearm, then I can’t be here,” said Welch. “I walked inside to the other waitress. I said, ‘thank you, but no thank you ma’am. I’m gonna have to leave.'”

Welch started hearing from people and organizations all over the country after one witness took the details of the situation to Facebook.

“I have a bunch of family members and friends who have been active military and in the military and retired and it hurts my feelings when people disrespect them,” said Micaela Shaw, who was sitting in a booth nearby. “I just wanted to stand up for him.”

Her posts quickly went viral.

The owner of the Nicholasville Waffle House made this statement, “For many years we have had a “No Firearms” policy in place in our restaurants. We continue to believe this is the best police for the safety of our customers and associates.”

With all the evidence to the contrary, does Waffle House truly believe a “no gun” policy makes their restaurant safer?

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