Last Wednesday, Collin Brown strolled into a 7-Eleven in Redmond, Washington to buy a Slurpee for himself and cigarettes for his fiancee. When the clerk asked Brown for proof of age for the cigarettes, the Army reservist presented his military ID.
Brown claims that the clerk then refused to serve him, stating the reason was specifically because he was in the military.
“‘You’re in the military?’ I said, ‘Yes,’” Brown told local news. He continued, “She said, ‘I can’t serve you.’”
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He was trying to buy bear or cigarettes and they asked for two pieces f ID Thje soldier is just whining. I am a soldier as well but you have show proper ID This is bull story! I call 7/11 office thats how I know
If he fights in a war. Sell the man whatever he wants Dumb$#%&[email protected]*es. To hell with 7 11.
Does anybody know any good lawyers this guy should call
what is it foreing own this buisness
that 7-eleven is a disgrace to America shut it down
Wow, who would have thought!
Yep, I agree with Donald, Our Veterans are being treated badly and this is just one more incident that proves it…
That is crazy. Definitely shocking