Oklahoma police officer gets a Starbucks cup labeled 'Pig'

A police officer in Oklahoma was dismayed when he bought a coffee at the local Starbucks on Thanksgiving and noticed the name on the label was

Oklahoma police officer gets a Starbucks cup labeled 'Pig'

He could not believe his eyes when he saw the cup label did not have any officer name printed on it-rather the word, "pig".

The station said the word was printed on all the cups.

The Kiefer police officer went to the Starbucks to get coffee for dispatchers who were working on Thanksgiving with him when he encountered the label, Chief Johnny O'Mara said Thursday in a Facebook post.

The officer went to the Starbucks in Glenpool to pick up five drinks, CNN affiliate KTUL reported.

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O'Mara criticized staff at the coffeehouse chain for being inconsiderate towards many officers who sacrificed being with the families to keep the city safe on Thanksgiving Day.

"This cup of coffee for a "pig" is just another little flag", he said.

O'mara says the Starbucks employee involved called them to apologize, and said it was supposed to be a joke only to be shared with a coworker. "Fool me twice, shame on me" came to mind", O'Mara wrote.

"It's another tiny symptom and a almost indiscernible shout from a contemptuous, roaring and riotous segment of a misanthropic society that vilifies those who stand for what's right and glorifies the very people who would usher in the destruction of the social fabric".

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"Are we at a point where a task as simple as pouring an exceptionally overpriced cup of coffee is so complicated that it can not be accomplished without 'expressing oneself?'" he said.

Starbucks has apologized to the officer and suspended a barista pending an investigation, a company spokesman said on Thursday.

"This is absolutely unacceptable and we are deeply sorry to the law enforcement officer who experienced this".

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