Waffle House Refuses to Serve Uniformed Soldier

At that point, Welch told the waitress he was going to leave.

One witness at the restaurant posted the details of the event on Facebook, and it has since gone viral.

“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.”

Source: Fox News

The owner of the Nicholasville Waffle House released 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 policy for the safety of our customers and associates.”

Yes, and when criminals come in and rob and shoot up the place, you will know that they came there knowing that not a person in the place could defend themselves. A Gun Free Zone. Good Move Nicholasville, KY, Waffle House…and now all the bad guys know where to go for an easy take down.





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